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Commentary on “Acute patellofemoral pain: aggravating activities, clinical examination, MRI and ultrasound findingsAcute patellofemoral pain: aggravating activities, clinical examination, MRI and ultrasound findings”
  1. Jan E Näslund
  1. Karolinska Institutet, Kristianstad, Sweden
    ; j.naslund@mailbox.calypso.net

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    The authors state that acute patellofemoral pain caused by overuse should be recognised as a true subgroup of patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS). The argument for this view is the fact that they find most …

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