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... I had my surgery and the tumor was found in the synovium. The oncologist said that the location of the tumor was rare. I am curious about this Synovial Chrondromatosis. ... (6 replies)
... I have a disease called Synovial Chondromatosis which produces benign soft tissue tumors. I have it in the knee. Has your dr said what kind of tumor this is you have? ... (6 replies)
... The report says a lot more, but it's too much to type here. I tried to pull out what I thought was important. The doctor said that my tumor was rare and that he has only seen about 3 other tumors in the synovium like mine. ... (6 replies)

... Wow, I had a similar surgery done on the 18th of September! I had a tumor that was attached to fibroadipose tissue, skeletal muscle, and the scant synovium. ... (1 replies)
... You can try having the knee fluid drained, but with all that swelling, you're better off going to the Orthopedic surgeon and have HIM treat you. If it's that painful and your appt. ... (9 replies)
... I am new to this website, and just read your post here. How are you today? ... (1 replies)
Jul 1, 2012
... I live a few miles from the fire area. ... (32 replies)
... After my accident, my knee was in a locked position which I found out is not a typical symptom of an MCL tear. ... (4 replies)
... Okay, so here I go again with another knee problem! I thought that I was finally to a point where I had things under control with all of my pain and then I had to fall about as hard as you can onto a hard tile floor! ... (0 replies)
... When my tumor was removed the oncologist didn't say anything about doing a "synovectomy". ... (10 replies)
... So have you found any new dr's with some knowlege of SC? ... (64 replies)
... MUCH too short in my opinion. And especially with your other health problems. As far as I know insurance covers rehab facilities after three nights in the hospital. Maybe your doc can extend your hospital stay. ... (12 replies)
MRI results :-(
Oct 10, 2006
... Although they are good diagnosis tools, MRI's don't show everything. You may have something else going on that would explain your pain. ... (6 replies)
... hroses.Nonspecific perinephric stranding bilaterall renal failure.Extrarenal pelves are noted bilaterall intermediate obstruction to upper urinary tract.There is a hypdese,nonenhancing lession within the interior pole of the left kidney that measures 1.4 x 1.1 cm. ... (0 replies)

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