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What are the real symptoms of osgood schlatter disease?
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Jennifer Anyaegbunam
General Practice
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In brief: Knee pain & swelling
Osgood-schlatter is most commonly found in active adolescents.
It is caused by the repeated overuse of the knee before the area has finished growing. The main symptoms include: a painful swelling or tenderness over a bump on the lower leg bone (shinbone) in one or both legs and leg or knee pain exacerbated by activities like running, jumping or climbing the stairs.

In brief: Knee pain & swelling
Osgood-schlatter is most commonly found in active adolescents.
It is caused by the repeated overuse of the knee before the area has finished growing. The main symptoms include: a painful swelling or tenderness over a bump on the lower leg bone (shinbone) in one or both legs and leg or knee pain exacerbated by activities like running, jumping or climbing the stairs.
Jennifer Anyaegbunam
Jennifer Anyaegbunam
Answer assisted by Jennifer Anyaegbunam, Medical Student
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