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Is It Normal For My Knee To Be Tingling After An Mcl Tear Reconstruction
it can be: It depends on what was done and how long you are following surgery. If you are in first few weeks following surgery it could related to a number of things, all likely to resolve with time and healing. If it is late, it could represent sensory nerve entrapment and might need to be evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The medial collateral ligament (MCL) is a wide band of tissue (a ligament) that runs along the inner side of each knee, connecting the thighbone (femur) to the shinbone (tibia), to help stabilize the knee joint. The MCL's main purpose is to prevent knees from bending too far ...Read more
Acl and mcl tear 9/2014, no surgery. Now having some mild knee pain, fullness and can't bend all the way. Normal inflammation? Brace help?
Not normal: an injury that old typically will have healed by now. There may however be some scar tissue, or adhesions. They may cause irritation and limited motion. That could cause the swelling. A brace will not help. Have it evaluated by your doctor. You may need physical therapy. Alleve may help with the symptoms. ...Read more
After MCL surgery, is it normal to feel the knee to give out but not as much as it did before surgery?
Could the pqin on the interior of my knee be caused by cysts (had them after a meniscal tear) or a new MCL tear?
Knee injury. X-ray no fracture or dislocation-mrihoriz tear of the medi menisc, partial tearof mcl-grII sprain. Why still can't walk and hurt after 2 month?
Consult orthopaedics: The injury to your knee was significant. While the injury to the mcl (medial collateral ligament) will heal on its own, the injury to medial meniscus will probably not. The meniscus tear is most likely the source of your ongoing pain and will most likely require an arthroscopic surgery. Seek an orthopaedic consult to discuss your best treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If an awkward fall is taken and a pop is heard, followed by pain on the inside of the knee does that indicate a tear of the MCL?
I had tka 8 years ago, rotating platform. Injury 12/12, unable to extend knee, unable to weightbear. diangosis MCL tear. Still unable to extend, worsening.
Need XR: You may have dislodged the plastic piece between the femoral and tibial component. Dislocation of the polyethylene bearing is more common in a mobile bearing knee replacement. You should go in and get an x-ray. If you had full range of motion prior to your injury, you should be able to regain full range of motion unless something is out of place. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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