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Expansion Of An Osteoarthritic Cyst Associated With Wear Debris
R. W. Crawford, A. Sabokbar, A. Wulke, D. Murray, N. A. Athanasou
Published 1998 · Medicine
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We present a case in which the growth of an intraosseous cyst arising from the proximal tibiofibular joint appeared to have been increased by polyethylene wear particles from a medial unicompartmental knee replacement. Histological examination of the cyst wall showed a histiocytic response associated with numerous polyethylene wear particles. This case demonstrates that there is a direct communication between the joint cavity and the cyst. Such communication is probably through openings in the articular cartilage large enough to allow the passage of these particles.
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