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The use of knee arthroscopy following total knee arthroplasty is most effective in treating which of the following conditions?
Patellar clunk syndrome
Improper tracking of the patellar component
Synovitis secondary to polyethylene wear
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When performing an aspiration or intra-articular injection in the knee, the most accurate needle placement site is which of the following?
At the site of maximal tenderness
Medial to patellar tendon with knee flexed
Lateral to patellar tendon with knee flexed
Medial to proximal patella with knee in extension
Lateral to the patella with knee in extension