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Knee cap cartilage degeneration

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doctor1 MD

I am here by sending details of surgery of left knee with attached in 3 files namely history summary of 2011 , 2014 and mri scan report 2014. A loose body( cartilage ) present in my left knee ...

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Hi I am 32 year old and having cartilage damage in left knee due to this I got problem in walk and having pain. I also gain weight 110 kg due to this . My doctor suggest me surgery , should I got ...

doctor1 MD

I have bad knees. The GP doctor I go too says that I have almost no cartiledge left. I got the series of three shots in my knees last summer but I still have difficulty walking at times. I m very ...

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What is the best madicine, etc for cartilage loss in the knees? ...

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what is an incomplete subchondral fracture? And what is the best treatment for it? The full quote is: the included osseous structures demonstrate subchondral T1/T2 linear signal of the anteroinferior medial femoral condyle which does not extend to...

Public Forum Discussions

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hi I have been told that the cartilage in my knees are degenerating and that I would need tkr done on both knees, query ,what sort of damage can occur if I leave this operation say for another few years ...

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Hi I m 63 years old and overweight. As a child I was diagnosed as having rough edges on my knee cap and cartilages (if I remember correctly) a few weeks ago I began having pain on the outside of my knee ...

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I hurt my knee in Feb, it got worse ( way worse), In July I went in for my physical and told the doc about it, she said that I was wearing down the cartilage behind my knee cap, and that I need ...

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for the last one year.Now I developed knee joint pain and unable to fold my knees nor can i sit on the floor. x -ray report reveals cartilage degeneration.Would you please suggest some natural remedies for cartilage ...

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I had arthoscopic surgery on my knee almost 8 weeks ago and am still in PT. I had my medial plica removed, and the surgeon also found that I have pretty intense cartilage degeneration, which he believes ...

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8 months ago my 20 yr old daughter had knee surgery to smooth out the cartilege from the underside of her knee cap. Still not back to normal and now doc says there s a hole under the knee cap. He ...

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replaced in my knee and remaining torn carliledge removed. I was doing fine and following my rehab . Out of the blue, with no over exertion I developed a small protrusion under the knee cap where there was a skrew ...

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HI Dr Siegel, My knee x-rays show complete loss of joint space and total cartilage wear. My otrho says my knee caps are also totally worn off and there are boney spurrs at the ends of the knee caps ...

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I have two joints that have no cartilage. My left knee and my right ankle are both Bone on bone ... that will result in cartilage being developed in the joint by your body. Is this possible? ...

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Does breakdown of Cartliage cause knee to give away...I hd a Cortisone shot put in today at the DR. and he said I had Arthritis...and breakdown of Cartilage.My knee has been giving away with me ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

A damage to the cartilage of patella (knee cap)may be a cause. It is possible that the fibrous tissue formed after the injury is getting stretched and causing the sensation.

doctor1 MD

It is very uncommon to have knee pain at such young age. I would suggest you to get MRI examination to see if there is any cartilage damage or any ligament injury is there, You can send me images of the MRI.