A 49-year-old female asked:
What causes pain in the back of the knee with no bakers cyst. new mri revealed medial meniscus of the posterior root extruded unchanged from last.
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Rheumatology 57 years experience
A variety of possi: It could be related to the cartilage , it could be nerve, it could be tendon, it could even be bone. It depends on the interpretation of the MRI and what was found and also on your clinical evaluation
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