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I fell and landed on right knee pretty hard, it was swollen from calf to knee

Hello i fell and landed on my right knee pretty hard It was swollen from my calf to my knee for a couple days but went down after i iced it Im still having trouble walking though as there is pain in the right side of my right knee Do you think there is something wrong with my PCL Hello i fell and landed on my right knee pretty hard It was swollen from my calf to my knee for a couple days but went down after i iced it Im still having trouble walking though as there is pain in the right side of my right knee Do you think there is something wrong with my PCL
Asked On : Mon, 2 May 2011
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Hello
Welcome to health care magic forum
you have got healed outer knee injury only .IDK also known as internal derangement of knee is causing you pain .in knee internal ligament like cruciate ligament & meniscus also get injured.So get either arthroscopic examination or MRI of knee to find the exact cause & get it treated.
Wish you good health
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