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whats is the reason to have osteocondritis?
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Internal Medicine 61 years experience
Osteochondritis: Osteochondritis dissecans usually is the result of an injury where a piece of cartilage and bone detaches. It is more common in young men and in the knee. There may be more pain if the fragment completely moves away from the original site.
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Last updated Mar 13, 2014
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