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Airbag hit inner side of right knee, inflammation and swelling, MRI negative, knee still in pain and inflamed. Suggestion?

Last June, I was in a car accident and the airbag hit my the inner side of my right knee leaving it inflamed and swollen. I have been to the doctor since to have liquid removed and XRays/ MRI done, but they came back negative. However, my knee still hurts and is still inflamed, so it s becoming quite annoying. What do you suggest?
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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Are you saying that injury occurred one year ago and pain is still present.I think there can be knee arthritis in your joint or a ligament damage which MRI failed to diagnose at that time. I would suggest you to repeat MRI and show it to a orthopaedic doctor. If you want then you can send MRI report to me also.
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