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Paper Chase 3 - Do Steroid Injections Make You Weak in the Knees?

Andrew Buelt, DO and Joe Weatherly, DO
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This study found that  triamcinolone knee injections were inferior to saline injections as measured by the WOMAC scale every three months over a two year period.  Triamcinolone was also associated with a statistically significant decrease in amount of knee cartilage.

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