61-Year-Old Woman With Knee Pain and Confusion

Couri, Daniel M.; Targons, Paul V.
October 2005
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Oct2005, Vol. 80 Issue 10, p1363
Academic Journal
Reports that a sixty-one-year-old woman with an acute-onset confusion and bilateral knee pain had been admitted to an urgent care center in a hospital. Accounts on the medical history of the patient; Administration of physical examination to the patient; Medication and therapies that the patient undergoes for six weeks.


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