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Can post medial meniscectomy pain give pain only to lateral side of knee after 6yrs meniscectomy? Fresh MRI shows medial meniscus retear in remnant?

Knee pain. this should not be the cause of your lateral knee pain and there is likely a new pain generator, which could be IT band syndrome, fat pad impingement, or patellofemoral pain if MRI did not show any significant finding in the lateral meniscus or articular cartilage. Read more...

Mri results displaced medial meniscus what does that mean? Was seen on a MRI after having plica removal and a chondroplasty. Am having locking knee.

Means surgery . Will probably be the only thing that can treat it. A torn meniscus means you have torn the cartilage ring of tissue that sits between your femur and tibia in the knee joint. If it is displaced that means it has torn and a flap of tissue is shifted to the middle of the knee joint. Read more...
Stuck in joint. A displaced meniscus tear is the leading cause of a locked knee. The meniscus gets into a position like something jammed in a door hinge that doesn't allow it to close. Sometimes it requires the knee to be manipulated to unlock it. Arthroscopy surgery is the final solution. Read more...