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PFC (orthopedic) meanings

Posted By: ER-MT on 2007-09-20
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Subject: PFC (orthopedic) meanings

All my orthopedic references show PFC (for knee) as a knee system...but I have an ortho doc who says it all the time and I'm fairly sure is referring to patellofemoral chondromalacia.  Anyone else hear this this abbreviation?  TIA!  

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