Prolonged mounted patrolling is a risk factor for developing knee pain in Danish military personnel deployed to the Helmand Province.

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Summary of "Prolonged mounted patrolling is a risk factor for developing knee pain in Danish military personnel deployed to the Helmand Province."

Non-battle injuries have been the leading cause of medical evacuation in the recent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. This study investigates the hypothesis, that the occurrence of knee problems could be associated with mounted patrolling in armoured vehicles independent of other risk factors.


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Name: Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps
ISSN: 0035-8665


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