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Do I have ostheoarthritis? Or chondromalacia patella ? recently I had knee pain I visited doctor they said just do physio.. I did physio pain is gone but I am worried as no diagnosis was given.
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Kindly do knee exercises. To cofirm diagnosis you need yo be further investigated, which is really not indicsted.
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Please do physiotherapy exercises for atleast a month . Most of ur complaints will subside . Don’t worry about chondromalacia patella at this point .
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Hello, based on the Xray’s. Your joint line looks healthy along with patellar morphology. Chondromalacia Patellae could be present, but may require you to get an MRI done if you wish to confirm it. Usually, the diagnosis would be based on combination of your symptoms, examination finds and investigations.
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Should you choose to confirm, get an MRI done. Or continue with physiotherapy.
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Complete the physio and medical treatment.
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Do quadriceps and hamstring exercise you will be fine don’t worry about chondromalasia patella
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It can be chondromalacia patella but for that MRI scan is required. However at this point I would suggest you to continue with excercise as even if it is present it will be under control.
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If no problem, then forget diagnosis
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