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Knee MRI report swelling and pain
I am suffering knee pain. With swelling. MRI took as per doctor advised tomorrow is the review. Is the report is ok? What else do for next
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You must have a old history of trauma but this pain may be unrelated to that event. You pain is mostly due to your muscle weakness and have led to the chondromalacia patellae. You need to get both side quardiceps and hamstring isometric and range of motion exercises with ankle weight (1kg) And Some medicines If pain is not relieved even after 1 month of exercise than we need to think further I think it should settle with exercise and some medicines
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Hi, Consult directly so explanation can be given
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