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What causes back of knee pain?

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Dr. John Goldman
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
4 doctors agree

In brief: Baker's Cyst

There can be many causes of pain in the back of the knee.
There could be a baker' cyst - a cyst which bulges into the back of the knee from the knee. Other causes can be blood clots, bursitis, tendons, cartilage, etc.

In brief: Baker's Cyst

There can be many causes of pain in the back of the knee.
There could be a baker' cyst - a cyst which bulges into the back of the knee from the knee. Other causes can be blood clots, bursitis, tendons, cartilage, etc.
Dr. John Goldman
Dr. John Goldman
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Dr. Dhrumil Shah
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Knee pain in back

Most common reason is condition called bakers cyst.
Small fluid bulging of joint capsule. Benign and sometimes need surgery.

In brief: Knee pain in back

Most common reason is condition called bakers cyst.
Small fluid bulging of joint capsule. Benign and sometimes need surgery.
Dr. Dhrumil Shah
Dr. Dhrumil Shah
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