A member asked:

I noticed a small painless bump below the knee. knee is a little stiff. i'm 42. my doc thinks of osgood schlatter. what else can it be?

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Dr. Keshab Paudel answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine

One of the most common conditions that cause lumps, bumps or swelling are cysts. Some common cysts include Baker's cysts, a fluid-filled bulge that forms behind the knee and ganglion cysts, rounded lumps filled with a jelly-like fluid that develop along tendons and joints.

Answered May 29, 2018

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