General Practitioners vary greatly in the amount they know about the knee. In general a doctor does not study knee disorders in depth at medical school, yet knees are commonly problematic and knee complaints are frequently referred to the GP. He/she has to rely largely on post-graduate courses or personal study to become really knowledgeable in this subject.
The same is often true in the ER (Casualty Department).
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