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Horizontal undersurface tear meniscus

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CAN A MENISCUS TEAR (POINT1 BELOW) BE CURED BY AYURVEDIC TREATMENT? MRI REPORT POINTS 1. Horizontal and vertical oblique tear in the posterior horn of medial menisus with small meniscal fragment ...

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horizontal tear of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus , Focal osteo chondral acute injury within ... ) or I take my time to decide. If I wait for 2-3 months, is there any harm to the meniscus ...

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I wanted a second option. Doctor recommended a surgery - is it necessary? Thank you.

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hey my name XXXXXXX i had mri on my left knee torn my acl and meniscus and won't be having surgery for two or three months.I ask my doctor if i could have some time off because I'm in pain at work and my ...

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Well my mri report shows a torn horn rimmed medial meniscus tear is this bad I m having surgery ... for this particular procedure takes twice as long as any other tear. They say it s a posterior tear at the back of my ...

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of the patella, also there is a horizontal of the posterior torn of the medial meniscus the tears tend into the mid to posterior of the body where it becomes a complex tear. There is a tiny popliteal cyst, wht do ...

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medial meniscus radial tear near the posterior root attachment and horizontal tear involving the posterior horn and body.moderate joint effusion.popliteal fossa cyst and tibial plateau synovial pit. please ...

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i have to get surgery for a lateral meniscus tear. After surgery will i still be able to play soccer. ...

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I have 2 torn meniscus L knee very painful I also have a lot of arthigist on my knee cap. swelling .... and the tears a small and will heal themselves. he will give shots and pt. ...

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meniscus tear and given crutches and told to ice it. In May I went back to my doctor because my knee was still so painful and swollen. He sent me for an MRI which confirmed the meniscus tear and suggested ...

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and the pain sustain for 2 days and get normal. I can hear the clicking sound. I think its a meniscus tear. I ...Hi, My name is JITENDRA I had an ACL ligament tear when i was 19 years old now iam 28. All ...

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Hi, I was told by a doctor that I had a small tear in my meniscus and I had to sit out for 6 weeks ... but it s as strong as my other knee. How do I know if my meniscus has healed fully? ...

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to an Orthopedic doctor and he took another xRay and not broken. He stated it plus be a torn meniscus. I am now back home and saw my Dr. Today and he orders a bone scan. He stated it is not a torn meniscus. What ...

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in the Normal overall meniscus shape. Increased signal within the posterior horn of the medial meniscus ...

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I am 55 and was in a car accident 8 months ago resulting in CS herniated discs and a posterior horn meniscus tear that extends to the interior with patellar chondromalacia. I feel vulnerable to further ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

A tear of a meniscus is a rupturing of one or more of the fibrocartilage strips in the knee called menisci.

doctor1 MD

Thanks for contacting HCM I am sorry to hear that you have injured your knee. The symptoms for contusion of the meniscus would be very similar to a torn meniscus. There would be pain and swelling with the knee. On movement the pain will be worse but with a meniscus tear there maybe an audible click or a pop to the knee on extending the knee. The best way to differentiate is with an MRI of the knee

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It may be tear of meniscus.Crepe bandage or cast will help. Regards