E. C. ROBICHAUX, M.D.
Your attention is invited to the report of two rare types of monoarticular exudative synovitis. Neither was intimately associated with acute or chronic arthritis of whatever kind, nor the immediate result of acute or chronic traumatism. One was definitely intermittent and recurrent in type, the other occurred but the one time. The etiology in both is admittedly obscure.
Case I. M. L.; aged 40; weight 220; manufacturer. Admitted October 1926 complaining of swollen knee. He was seen in three separate attacks at long intervals between. Despite the years which separated them, each attack had the main characteristics of the other.
E. C. ROBICHAUX. Uncomplicated Exudative Synovitis: (With Report of Two Cases). Ann Intern Med. 1928;1:513–516. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-1-7-513
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