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Recurrent aseptic prepatellar bursitis
Nilesh Kumar, Ankur Varshney, Ashutosh Tiwari, Ravi Anand.
A 27 year old male, fitter by occupation presented in OPD anxiously with recurrent right knee swelling for six year. Swelling was insidious in onset, associated with restriction of movement at knee joint and mild pain, lasting for twenty to twenty five days, regress spontaneously. Swelling was occurred once in a year .there was no history of fever, trauma, and other previous systemic illness.
Recurrent; Bursitis; Prepatellar bursitis
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