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Distal Femur Replacement
What is the recovery time for a 10 YO with a distal femur benign tug lesion/cortical desmoid? Are activities like volleyball that don't cause pain ok?
Brief recovery time: This is a benign and self limited lesion that requires no more than rest and pain relief with ibuprofen if needed. It is not serious and usually occurs in the presence of athletic activity. Sometimes it is found as an unrelated and insignificant finding on MRI done for other reasons. A few weeks at most of rest and use of ibuprofen if painful and activities that do not cause pain are ok ...Read more
My son is15, bone age 17.Some of his growth plates are not completely closed(rad/cub,little space at distal femur.Is it still possible to treat him?
Growth plates: Your son is 15 yrs and his bone age is 17 yrs, he is close to his maximum height. For short stature treatment he is beyond a growth stage to make much of a difference. Growth hormone at this stage would close those open growth plates faster. I am assuming that this is the treatment you are asking about. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I fractured my distal femur and tibia at the knee, i'm healed but I have pain on my outer knee along with a distorted look. What could this be?
Broken bone above --: the knee joint. He needs treatment for it, from an Orthopedic surgeon. Good luck. ...Read more
This is quite an: open ended question. Could you clarify what specifically you would like to know and re-ask. Thanks much. ...Read more
2 distal femur stress fx in 7 months. Ortho dx. Docs at a loss for causes. Any ideas? Bone density normal. Normal labs except vit. D
Ortho diagnosis distal femur stress fracture no known cause would you recommend searching for cause given unique location? How to find cause?
Rule out osteoporosi: I recommend you see your family doctor to rule out early causes of osteoporosis by appropriate testing. May need an endocrine consult and should rule out hypophosphatasia if labs point towards that with a chronically low alkaline phosphatase level. Parathyroid tests will need to be run. Best wishes. ...Read more
I have a tumor in my left distal femur that has caused a hairline fracture last year. I have been feeling pressure and pain. Should i be concerned?
Osteonecrosis: Yes! be concerned. The tumor you had was probably a benign non-ossyfying fibroma. Usually, if your growth plate has closed (you've stop growing), then the bone growth won't exceed your bodies ability toget rid of the dying bone so that it won't cause problems. When you continue to grow osteonecrosis (dead bone) can remain and cause pain, or the the tumor can recur. Both require an mri- immediately. ...Read more
MRI shows cyst in anterior cortex of distal femur and small joint effusion. Could this be causing my constant pain and can cyst be drained/treated?
There are many: types of "cystic" bone lesions and most do not represent true fluid-filled cysts. Some types of these lesions are completely innocuous and require no treatment, others can be more serious. So it is difficult to render an opinion without evaluating the images or at least knowing the specific description in the MRI report. ...Read more
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