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After arthroscopy of the knee, how long is it normal for swelling to remain?
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Dr. Bradley Butkovich
Orthopedic Surgery
In brief: Typically 3-4 weeks
Depending on how much surgery you had.
The quicker you get your knee moving and the quad firing (strengthened) the swelling you should have. It varies in everybody though and can last up to a month or two.

In brief: Typically 3-4 weeks
Depending on how much surgery you had.
The quicker you get your knee moving and the quad firing (strengthened) the swelling you should have. It varies in everybody though and can last up to a month or two.
Dr. Bradley Butkovich
Dr. Bradley Butkovich
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Dr. Joseph Purita
Orthopedic Surgery
In brief: 7 days
7-10 days is normal.

In brief: 7 days
7-10 days is normal.
Dr. Joseph Purita
Dr. Joseph Purita
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