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Popping sound with pain while twisting the knee. Burning with swelling. Cure?

I twisted my knee today and heard and felt a loud pop, and an immediate sharp pain which subsided after about 30 seconds. Then felt fine. Now over the last few hours the pai is getting worse and worse and the knee feels unstable and is painful and uncomfortable. I also have a burning feeling where the pop originaly was on the inside of my knee and swelling there, any ideas?
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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as per your history it suggest that you might have an cruciate ligament injury with acute collection of blood in the joint. consult your orthopedic surgeon as early as possible and get your knee splinted and if required aspiration of collected bood.later on after 2-3 weeks when the swelling subsides you can go for MRI to make sure how much injury you inside the knee joint
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