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What pain is due to meniscus injury?

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Dr. Gregory Harvey
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Meniscus

You can have pain with walking, twisting, or squatting.
In addition there may be swelling, locking, or popping of the knee.

In brief: Meniscus

You can have pain with walking, twisting, or squatting.
In addition there may be swelling, locking, or popping of the knee.
Dr. Gregory Harvey
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Dr. Allen Lu
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: Pressure

Pain associated with meniscus injury is most commonly a firm hard pressure along the joint line of the knee, often in the back of the knee.
This pain is more pronounced with bending of the knee beyond a certain point if the tear is in the back of the knee. The pain is more pronounced with straightening of the if the tear is in the front of the knee. Twisting can also reproduce this pain.

In brief: Pressure

Pain associated with meniscus injury is most commonly a firm hard pressure along the joint line of the knee, often in the back of the knee.
This pain is more pronounced with bending of the knee beyond a certain point if the tear is in the back of the knee. The pain is more pronounced with straightening of the if the tear is in the front of the knee. Twisting can also reproduce this pain.
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