Bilateral knee gunshot wounds successfully treated with arthroscopic bullet retrieval: A case report

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      One unusual case of bilateral knee joint gunshot wounds caused by a low-velocity low-energy missile is presente. Arthroscopic retrieval of the bullets was performed resulting in recovery within 5 days.


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