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someones knee went straight into the inner side of my left knee. knee is stiff.pain on stairs.calf pain.knee gives out when rising from a squat. help

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Dr. Philip Miller
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Unstable joint: Get an MRI of the knee and an orthopedic evaluation. The calf pain should be evaluated with both a venous and arterial doppler study of the lower leg. If the knee is giving out, i would suspect some internal derrangement.
Answered on Jun 10, 2014
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