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Suprapatellar swelling

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doctor1 MD

Thank you. What does "evidence of a suprapetellar joint effusion" mean?

doctor1 MD

as follows Comminuted fracture of the lateral condyle of tibia with marrow edema and suprapatellar effusion I ... the bandage from 5th to 26th May 2014. After removing the bandage, the swelling on the upper knee is still ...

doctor1 MD

that there is supra-patellar bursitis and mild synovial thickening. Post seeing the report, the doctor suggested only ...

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Hi DR, My nephew(17 years old) is suffering from Right Knee pain and swelling for last 2 months. Initial MRI report says below Fluid : Noted in retropatellar fossa,suprapatellar fossa, bilateral gutters ...

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tear and should be fine within 15 days. There was still swelling and pain in the joint. Yesterday, the doctor did the MRI and below are the findings: Fluid seen around knee joinet extending into suprapatellar ...

Public Forum Discussions

doctor1 MD

Hello docter!!! Plz help me.. My sister is 20. she has sever knee pain. Her ESR Is 57.WBC is 10000. CRP is 0.1. I have also Done MRI of left knee.. Its shows Joint effusion & Suprapatellar effusion ...

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My knee xray came back : a well-corticated ossific density within the suprapatellar bursa projecting medially. Finding may relate to loose oseteochondral fragment. What does this mean and how should ...

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it is Suprapatellar Bursitis does that sound right. ...

doctor1 MD

while walking and had swelling and stiffness in my knee joint. Initially I was advised diagnosed ... signal changes at Posterior Horn of medial meniscus Mild joint effusion extending to suprapatellar bursa ...

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Just had an x ray done on my left knee. Findings are: There is a suprapatellar joint effusion .... Impression: 1. Suprapatellar joint effusion, no fracture. 2. Mild narrowing in the medial compartment ...

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.C.L with overlying soft tissue swelling -Joint effusion and a lot of fluid within suprapatellar pouch -Normal state ...

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I had an xray done on both knees showing arthritic changes involving both knees, more prominent on the right with joint space narrowing involving both medial compartments . Mild fullness in the suprapatellar ...

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tissue ossification medial to the knee consistent with a phlebolith. There is possible suprapatellar ...

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Chondromalacia patellae Suprapatellar effusion Popliteal cyst What does all this mean ?? Thank you ...

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and suprapatellar recess effusion. Medial and lateral ligament sprain (grade 2-3), more medically. Consider medial ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Bursa will not developed again. As it is completely removed by arthroscopic surgeon. You an walk now.

doctor1 MD

ok, stll may have mild limitation, but manageable.

doctor1 MD

any how it is OK, since you had effusion it was to be removed, there may be some restriction in vigorous walking and exercise but you will learn to over come it .thanks