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Knee Pain in a Renal Transplant Patient
SAN ANTONIO MILITARY MEDICAL CENTER FORT SAM HOUSTON TX FORT SAM HOUSTON United States
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Musculoskeletal symptoms are common in patients with chronic kidney disease. They often develop soft tissue rheumatic syndromes, crystalline arthropathy, and metabolic bone disease. We describe a renal transplant patient with progressive posterior knee pain secondary to amyloidosis.
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