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Is a displaced medial mensicus root a meniscus problem? If I stand and twist my knee to the left it really hurts is that a mensicus problem?
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Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
Orthopedic Surgery
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
When medial meniscus root displaced this means it lost the attachment to the ligament suppose to attach to.
This a problem, should be fixed. Thank good luck.

In brief: Yes
When medial meniscus root displaced this means it lost the attachment to the ligament suppose to attach to.
This a problem, should be fixed. Thank good luck.
Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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Dr. Stephen Lorino
Internal Medicine
In brief: Could be
A twisting type movement could reproduce pain either inside or outside of knee and this suggests a possible meniscal tear. Locking out, clicking are other possible symptoms.
I would see your doctor for exam and possible additional evaluation if this persists.

In brief: Could be
A twisting type movement could reproduce pain either inside or outside of knee and this suggests a possible meniscal tear. Locking out, clicking are other possible symptoms.
I would see your doctor for exam and possible additional evaluation if this persists.
Dr. Stephen Lorino
Dr. Stephen Lorino
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