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Doctor insights on: Bakers Knot

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Which pain or negative health effects do bakers commonly experience?

Which pain or negative health effects do bakers commonly experience?

Asthma: Bakers are at an increased risk for developing asthma due to exposure to flour. They may experience cough, wheezing, chest tightness as well as nasal irritation. ...Read more

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What's a baker's cyst?

What's a baker's cyst?

Knee cyst: It is a fluid filled sack in the crease behind your knee. The cyst can be associated with a torn meniscus cartilage inside the knee, which allows the knee synovial fluid to escape and form the cyst. ...Read more

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What is a baker's cyst?

What is a baker's cyst?

Swelling: Cystic swelling behind knee, causing deformity pain, joint dysfunction. Slow but progressive. May be associated with rheumatoid arthritis. ...Read more

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How can you treat a baker's cyst?

How can you treat a baker's cyst?

Baker cyst: Baker cyst in adult usually devolved sequence to joint problems? When you address the joint conditions the cyst most of the time disappear.Some surgeon drain it and inject it the with steroid. Some time stay and it is too big , we recommend surgical excision. This cyst could happened in children's, we observe it, use t antinflamatory agents, if continue and get bigger we recommend surgical excis. ...Read more

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Has anyone diagnosed a baker's cyst?

Has anyone diagnosed a baker's cyst?

Yes: Can be diagnosed by feel, or can see on MRI or ultrasound. ...Read more

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What type of cyst is a baker's cyst?

What type of cyst is a baker's cyst?

Back of the knee: A baker's cyst is a bulge on the back of the knee. Although it is usually a sign of arthritis, these cysts do not always hurt, and usually don't require special treatment. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of a baker's cyst?

What are the symptoms of a baker's cyst?

Pain: Baker's cyst is a cyst of the joint space that occurrs behind the knee. If too painful or restricts morion can be removed with surgery. ...Read more