I twisted my right leg, Cannot move painful, dr. Did patella reduction 10yr it helped. Knee cap is loose again, is it partial Patella subluxation again?

See your doctor. Your symptoms involve multiple joints. There are several serious conditions that need to be evaluated for by physical exam and x-ray in order to help. .

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What is causing patella subluxation? I have surgery 5 weeks ago and was just walking and my knee popped and shifted to the left I can't straighten?

I don't know what- -shifting to the left means, but patellar subluxation is due to mal-alignment either muscular, boney or both. You did not tell us what surgery you had. A little more in the way of specifics will help you get an answer. Read more...

Hi, I just had an MRI done of my Lt knee, and the results are as follow. Patella alta with subluxation, joint effusion, and cartrilage loss over central?

See below. Patella alta means your knee cap is riding somewhat higher than normal; similarly subluxation refers to an abnormal position between the two bones that make up a joint; these conditions can lead to cartilage loss on the undersurface of the knee cap known as chondromalacia. Don't hesitate to discuss directly with doctor. Read more...

Why might someone be succeptible to knee cap dislocations/subluxations?

Anatomy. The trochea is the part of the tibia (leg bone) that is the groove that the patella sits in and slides up and down. If that is shallow for whatever reason (your parents, bad luck) then its just physically easier for it to pop out of place. With a shallow groove the muscles and ligaments might not be able to keep it stable. Strong quad muscles will help. Read more...
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Bony architecture. We are all born with slightly varying bony architecture. Some people are born with kneecaps that are prone to dislocation, because the tissues that keep the kneecap in place, are affected by poor alignment of the kneecap. Read more...