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Hello doctor My mother was suffering from leg pains from last 10 years..one of the doctor said there was increasing muscle in the joint..he said that he will remove that muscle by surgery...is this surgery safe doctor.. will my mother able to walk after surgery please suggest doctor
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You have to provide more details about the pain and the advice given.
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Please forward the MRI report. As I feel it must be some meniscus injury. Which he is saying to remove it by arthroscopic surgery. Please put all the doctor's note.
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Its very rare to see increased muscle mass. Kindly get her detailee examination done
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It is not usually common to see some excessive muscle tissue in the joint..  I think further details and investigations are needed for better evaluation and management..
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You can ask further details of the procedure to your doctor or consult online.. 
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