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What causes pain in the back of the knee with no bakers cyst. New mri revealed medial meniscus of the posterior root extruded unchanged from last.

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Dr. John Goldman
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: A variety of possi

It could be related to the cartilage , it could be nerve, it could be tendon, it could even be bone.
It depends on the interpretation of the MRI and what was found and also on your clinical evaluation

In brief: A variety of possi

It could be related to the cartilage , it could be nerve, it could be tendon, it could even be bone.
It depends on the interpretation of the MRI and what was found and also on your clinical evaluation
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