a steroid-type injection I would guess.
I bet it IS Hyalgan. Hyalgan is sodium hyaluronate, which is similar to the synovial (sin-OH-vee-ul) fluid that surrounds the joints. Synovial fluid acts as a lubricant and shock absorber. Hyalgan is injected into the knee joint to treat pain caused by osteoarthritis. I think the above member is correct.
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