The ‘Chalky Culprit’ of acute locked knee
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Acute locked knee is commonly caused by tears of the menisci in the knee, osteochondral injuries and also by the stump of a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament. We present two cases of acute locked knee atypically caused by gouty tophaceous lesions in the knee.
KEY WORDS: Acute locked knee - Gout - Arthropathy - Knee.