Abstract Ultrasound-guided injection in pain medicine is emerging as a popular technique for pain intervention. It can be applied to the intra-articular injection of the knee joint. The first objective of this review was to describe and summarize the anatomy and sonoanatomy of the knee and associated structures relevant for intra-articular injection. The second objective was to examine the feasibility, accuracy, and effectiveness of injections as well as injection techniques.
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Institutional funding was received for this study.
P.W.H.P. received equipment support from SonoSite Canada. H.S. received equipment support from SonoSite, BK Medical, and Philips and an honorarium from Dannemiller.