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[A man with a swollen knee].

This case concerns a 58-year-old man who had a progressively swollen knee over the course of 4 months. X-ray showed bursal swelling without skeletal abnormalities. Diagnostic puncture showed red/serous fluid and pathology of the extirpated bursa showed signs of chronic pre-patellar bursitis, most likely caused by a previous trauma.

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