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[QUOTE=james079;4917129]Sounds like you have a joint mouse i.e. loose body in the knee. Won't show on xray.
Ask your PT.
James[/QUOTE]

Interesting. I haven't managed to come across that one in my endless Google searches.

As long as I can remember, that knee has always (usually painlessly) popped when extending from an angle >90 degrees. I never thought much of it, because my left hip also regularly pops and many of my other joints pop periodically. If it was a loose body, it could have been stationary/fixed (which according to many sources can be more or less asymptomatic) but somehow recently got dislodged and causes me pain. It could, at times go somewhere that it doesn't cause as much pain, leading to the "episodes." Very odd. I will bring it up with my PT. Thank you very much, James!
[QUOTE=perfectann;4917646]Interesting. I haven't managed to come across that one in my endless Google searches.

As long as I can remember, that knee has always (usually painlessly) popped when extending from an angle >90 degrees. I never thought much of it, because my left hip also regularly pops and many of my other joints pop periodically. If it was a loose body, it could have been stationary/fixed (which according to many sources can be more or less asymptomatic) but somehow recently got dislodged and causes me pain. It could, at times go somewhere that it doesn't cause as much pain, leading to the "episodes." Very odd. I will bring it up with my PT. Thank you very much, James![/QUOTE]

You are exactly right. I have them in my ankles and only rarely give trouble. When they do migrate to the joint I shake my foot around and most of the times they get shunted back from whence they came.
James





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