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Extreme knees pain since last few months
5 months back I met with an accident and fell over my knees. While the external injuries went away in a month time. Post which i tried to resume to my exercise and saw sudden rise in pain in my both knees making it difficult to sleep at night. To diagnose the problem I went for MRI scan for my right knee since it had more pain, the report is mentioned below. I am not sure about the right course of treatment and what are the do/don't (time duration to heal up completely to resume my workout sessions) as sometimes the pain is quite bad that its​ difficult to walk and sleep as well.PLEASE ADVISE. REPORT- Mild PDFS hyperintensities in anterior cruciate ligament, No evidence of discontinuity seen - suggestive of mild sprain. Mild buckling of posterior cruciate ligament with PDFS hyperintensities at its femoral attachment - mild sprain. Linear intrameniscal signal intensity in body of medial meniscus; no evidence of meniscal tear - grade II meniscal signals Minimal joint effusion.
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Please visit a physiotherapist and start Quadriceps/Hamstrings/VMO strengthening exercises. Avoid jumping/running/sports activities till further advice. Please MRI images
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kindly consult for detailed resolution of your complaints
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Hello The mri report states you have a right knee meniscal tear on the medial side. Please provide details of your complains and what activities aggravate it .
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Kindly consult for detailed evaluation and appropriate advice
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