Patients with severe osteoarthritis in the knees seem to do better with intra-articular injections if you have them sit up and dangle their legs off the examination table and distract the knee slightly when administering the injection. — ROSEMARY LEDBETTER, PhD, PA, Troy, Ill. (202-3)
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