SONK

AcronymDefinition
SONKSpontaneous Osteonecrosis of the Knee
SONKSouthern Ohio and Northern Kentucky
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"If the government had paid attention to what we want, we would not have protested today here and in Prilep earlier but these people are clearly unsatisfied with the situation to have decided to take to the streets in such bad weather conditions," said SONK president Jakim Nedelkov.
Spontaneous osteonecrosis of the knee (SONK) was first reported in 1968 by Ahlback.[1] It was defined as a distinct clinical entity with characteristic findings including a subchondral lesion in the weight-bearing region of a single condyle.
SONK has been categorised into 5 radiographic stages.3 In the immediate phase, plain radiographs are usually normal (stage 1).
"Those who are not members of SONK but have expressed solidarity with the trade union have not been informed either that they will not be paid their wages in full.
Instead, what he does is primarily in the service of his reelection as SONK leader," said Lidija Baldzieva, a teacher from the Dimitar Makedonski Primary School and member of SONK for 33 years, on behalf of her fellow union members countering SONK's strike decision.
"We have organized a debate at universities, as well as debates with the presidents of the student parliaments, a debate with SONK and have also met the rectors' administrations.
This model can be represented in three different ways as described in (Sonk, 2010).
The Trade Union for Education, Science and Culture (SONK) is resolved to go on strike on Monday (29 September).