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... o to the dr. when I feel pain or sick. After 5 weeks of having the worst pain in my life in my left leg. I finally went to the dr. We said it looked like I had degenerative medial meniscus tear. I went on Tuesday and had an MRI and I got my results and they confirmed I had degenerative medial meniscus tear. ... (5 replies)
... First....yes, the pain will come back when you start walking on it again and no, it won't repair itself as the torn piece of meniscus has no blood supply. It's not work related as it has been labeled "degenerative" or the result of aging. ... (5 replies)
... I am 49 years old, female. I had Arthroscopic surgery on Aug. 19, 2009 for Degenerative Medial Meniscus Tear on my left knee. After the surgery my Dr. said that he fixed the pain from the tear, but I was going to still have the pain from the Arthritis. ... (25 replies)

... I am 49 years old, female. I had Arthroscopic surgery on Aug. 19, 2009 for Degenerative Medial Meniscus Tear on my left knee. After the surgery my Dr. said that he fixed the pain from the tear, but I was going to still have the pain from the Arthritis. ... (10 replies)
... n I could not scheduled any sooner. Is it normal for my knee to be so sore and swollen. The swelling is mainly on the outter side above the knee, I thought the meniscus was on the inner side. My knee seems to be locking alot. I am on my on my feet alot. ... (5 replies)
... Six months ago I have medial meniscectomy. I have gone through physical therapy and still have occasional pain in my knee and burning on the side of my knee. Is this normal. ... (5 replies)
Medial Knee pain
Aug 9, 2014
... Hi I went to the ortho doctor to get some knee braces for running earlier this week. I have always had pain on my right knee over the medial meniscus for the past few years. I never thought much of it because I thought it was residual pain from injuries I had playing sports. ... (0 replies)
... So I finally had MRI which showed degenerative tear in the medial meniscus, moderate OA in the medial compartment and extrusion of the medial meniscus into the joint space. ... (34 replies)
... ray findings was degenerative arthritis, and go see your primary care dr. That was on Monday, on that Friday I saw the dr. ... (25 replies)
... That will depend on your doc and how much damage has been done inside the knee. I had one scope where he had me off my feet for 6 weeks trying to get the inflammation to calm down and heal the interior damage. Yet after another(removed a chunk of bone that broke off)I was back after 1 week. Treated fast, recovered fast. And of course, it also depends on how fast you heal.... (5 replies)
... just goot back from my husband having surgery on a torn miniscus. He has been living with terrible pain for years and finally decided to fix it. We made the mistake of trying a steroid shot, and he had a horril\ble horrible reaction. After his third day of surgery on his torn miniscus and ligaments torn, he is up walking around. Not totally pain free, but so much better than... (5 replies)
... There is no acute fracture or dislocation. There are mild osseous degenerative changes with minimal osteophytes projecting from the distal medial femur and proximal tibia. Several joint space narrowing with no subchondral sclerosis. There is enthesopathy at the tendious insertion suprapatella. ... (7 replies)
... There is no acute fracture or dislocation. There are mild osseous degenerative changes with minimal osteophytes projecting from the distal medial femur and proximal tibia. Several joint space narrowing with no subchondral sclerosis. There is enthesopathy at the tendious insertion suprapatella. ... (7 replies)
... The anterior cruciate ligament and posterior cruciate ligament are intact. The distal quadriceps and patellar tendons reveal no zbnormalities. The medial collateral ligament and lateral collateral ligament complex are unremarkable in appearance. ... (6 replies)
... There is some mucoid degenerative signal in the anterior horn of the medial meniscus with mild meniscal extrusion without a tear. The body of the medial meniscus has some mild truncation and extrusion without a tear. The posterior horn of the medial mniscus is unremarkable. ... (8 replies)
... Body and anterior horn tears, medial meniscus. ... (0 replies)
... The medial and lateral meniscus demonstrate intrasubstance degenerative signal, without convincing tear. However, there are several small cysts adjacent to the anterior horn medial meniscus. ... (0 replies)
... Posterior horn of the medial meniscus is not closely apposed with the capsule. There is small amount of fluid signal between the capsule and the posterior horn of the medial menisucs. ... (1 replies)
... I had ovoid meniscus surgery on my left knee when I was 7 in 1970. I have had pain and weakness in both knees, but primarily my left knee as long as I can remember. ... (4 replies)
... moderate degenerative arthrosis of the patellofemoral compartment, with chondromalacia of the patella as well as deep fissuring of the median patellar ridge and medial patellar facet articular cartilage. ... (0 replies)


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