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Osteoarthritis of the knee: Sources and notes

> Essentials in rheumatology: the correct use of the drug, webzine, 2010. HAS.
> Management of osteoarthritis: paracetamol as first-line treatment during painful crises, HAS, news and practices, n ° 57, March 2014.
> Pen C et al. The socio-economic consequences of osteoarthritis in France. Study Coart France, Rev Rhum 2005; 72: 1326-30.

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