Is subchondral edematous contusion a bone bruise?

Yes. A bone bruise is actually a stress fracture. The inner trabeculae of the bone actually break. The healing of the stress fracture conincides with symptom resolution.

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What is subchondral edamatous contusion? Is it a bone bruise? How do fix it? Does it take time to heal?

Bone bruise. Subchondral edema seen on MRI represent swelling within the bone which can result from injury. A bone bruise is a good way of thinking about it if associated w injury. Time depends on severity of injury. Symptoms resolve before MRI is normal generally. Read more...

What is a subchondral edamatous contusion? Is it a bone bruise? How to heal it? Does it need physiotherapy?

Bone bruise . Bone bruise below the cartilage. Low intensity, low impact cardiovascular exercise, gentle range of motion and ice. Never apply ice directly to the skin, always over a towel or clothing. Repeat 2-4 times per day. Consider physical therapy if symptoms persist beyond 6-8 weeks. Read more...

How long dows it take for a bone bruise to heal?

Recovery. The recovery for an injury varies by patient, severity, desired level of activity, and the specific muscle that has been injured. Rest ice compression elevation for the injury will aid in the recovery process. If you fail to improve, seeing an orthopaedic specialist may be required. Read more...