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Diagnosis for swollen knee, constant pain,limited movement, locking feeling, have to keep knee straight, swollen for 5 months,?

Diagnosis for swollen knee, constant pain,limited movement, locking feeling, have to keep knee straight, swollen for 5 months,?

Many causes: Swelling and pain can come from arthritis, bursitis or a tendon or meniscus problem. Locking usually involves the meniscus. You need an MRI of your knee to determine the exact cause in your case. Also an orthopedic doctor may be able to give you a better idea of what is going on just by examining your knee. See your doctor soon. ...Read more

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Dr. Brian Chimenti
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Knee Swelling (Definition)

Knee swelling can be clasified as intraarticular(inside the knee joint)has possible multiple condtions(artritis, torn meniscus, infection etc)the swelilng can be outside the knee (extraarticular)such as inflation ...Read more


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What to do about swollen knee pain?

What to do about swollen knee pain?

See your doctor: You could have a host of issues that could cause your knee pain, could be bursitis, tendonitis, arthritis, ligament issues, meniscal injury, sciatica etc. So you may want to see an orthopedic pain specialist that can tell you what is going and help you with the latest treatments available. ...Read more

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S. Creatinine raised from 1 to 1.27 in 6 mnths. No Albuminn or RBC in urine. I recently had a swollen knee for PsA pain. Can they be related ?

S. Creatinine raised from 1 to 1.27 in 6 mnths. No Albuminn or RBC in urine. I recently had a swollen knee for PsA pain. Can  they be related ?

Acute kidney injury: I'm not sure what PsA is. Psoriasis or PSA=prostate cancer? Were you taking non-steroidal anti-inflamatory drugs (NSAIDs)? They can definitely cause acute kidney injury. Sounds like you need further laboratory evaluation and review of history and physical exam with more information. ...Read more

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Daughter has swollen knee with shooting pain to feet it does not hurt while playing basketball but does after done. She has had a t-ban issue in paste?

Daughter has swollen knee with shooting pain to feet it does not hurt while playing basketball but does after done. She has had a t-ban issue in paste?

This needs evaluatio: And she should NOT be playing basketball until this evaluation is complete. Her problem could be a number of issues from Patelofemoral Syndrome to Osgood Schlatter Disease. She is still growing! GET IT LOOKED AT! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more

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What to do if I have swollen knees on & off & pain in my hips & swollen ankles is this ra?

What to do if I have swollen knees on & off & pain in my hips & swollen ankles is this ra?

Maybe: I often do send my patients for blood work when they come in with complaints such as yours., especially if u have a family history of ra or other inflammatory conditions. You should first see your family doctor about this ...Read more

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I have swollen behind my knees without pain?

I have swollen behind my knees without pain?

No pain: Don't be fooled by any swelling in your legs without pain. Please see your doctor and have it looked at. It can range from a simple cyst to a blood clot. ...Read more

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Knee swollen; severe pain on side; difficulty getting up from sitting; what's it likely to be?

Injury or arthritis: Injury, including a fracture, arthritis, infection , blood clot are all among the most common.Md vist and exam will be needed. ...Read more

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I have ankles swollen, knees and hips in pain due to soccer, what to do?

Stop playing: Rest. Take a nice warm bath with epsom salts and take an antiinflammatory if not contraindicated. I would look to see if you are flatfooted or pronated and consider an orthotic. If your pain is persistent i would consult a rheumatologist. ...Read more

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no pain climbing up and down stairs no swollen & locking catching knee only pain on & off at times when walking & standing can i wait for arthoscopy

no pain climbing up and down stairs  no swollen & locking catching  knee only pain on & off at times when walking & standing can i wait for arthoscopy

Standing Knee pain: Stair pain can indicate meniscal injury, and if this does not exist, do you have loose bodies that need to be removed? X-rays will show if this is present and then you can discuss with your orthopedist if surgery is needed including risks and benefits of surgery. A good exam should determine if the pathology in within or outside of knee joint and treatments can start. ...Read more