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Why would my knee be locking and stopping me doing everyday activity?
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Dr. Gregory Harvey
Orthopedic Surgery
2 doctors agree
In brief: Knee locking
Your knee may be locking from internal derangement which may be secondary to a meniscus tear or other pathology.
Get an examination an possible mri.

In brief: Knee locking
Your knee may be locking from internal derangement which may be secondary to a meniscus tear or other pathology.
Get an examination an possible mri.
Dr. Gregory Harvey
Dr. Gregory Harvey
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Dr. Robert Purchase
Orthopedic Surgery
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Internal derangement
I agree that the most likely cause is an internal derangement and that an MRI is the best imaging modality.
However, i would like to emphasize that the findings of any imaging study needs to be correlated to the history and physical exam. It is hard to squeeze everything into 400 characters sometime.

In brief: Internal derangement
I agree that the most likely cause is an internal derangement and that an MRI is the best imaging modality.
However, i would like to emphasize that the findings of any imaging study needs to be correlated to the history and physical exam. It is hard to squeeze everything into 400 characters sometime.
Dr. Robert Purchase
Dr. Robert Purchase
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