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... I too was a jogging for years. I'm now 52 and had more feet problems thru the years than knee, but last year i finally started having knee issues. i had a torn meniscus which doc went in and trimmed away and advised no running. ... (1 replies)
... I have a full thickness fissure under the knee cap. It clicks, can cause a bit of soreness when leg is at angle, and does affect mobility somewhat eg a bit sensitive climbing stairs. ... (1 replies)
... and a full thickness fissure under the knee cap. the orthapedic surgeon said there was no need for surgery on the meniscus as it wasn't causing major problems. ... (1 replies)

... rot beak tear" which meant I tore the area on the inside of the lateral meniscus and it flipped over under the femur and got lodged. Then 8 months later, I got a fissure similar to yours. The surgery for that did basically what your doc did...smoothed it out to try to prevent another tear. It worked. ... (2 replies)
... was going to play volleyball in college. Luckily, I was burnt out because I had to have a spinal fusion in Feb 08 and I started having knee problems around November of 08. ... (2 replies)
... At least partial thickness fissure is seen along the medial patellar facet. No significant adjacent subchondral marrow edema. ... (0 replies)
... the name of the problem to be precise is a "grade 2 chondromalacia patellae" (1 replies)
... I hate when someone doesn't get a reply but we don't always have the answers. I don't have one for you either other than working with a PT or ask for opinion. I have a great PT Dr. who is helping me with my other leg (had TKR on left) and arthritis joint pain. CharBerry (2 replies)
... I've had two synovectomies and still have some missed pieces behind my knee. Just had an MRI and no new growths just the missed pieces but my knee seems to be falling apart. ... (64 replies)

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