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Lt knee loose body removal
Plz dr i have shown my brother to two doctor both have advised me surgery is it required. One Dr has suggested arscopic MPFL ligament reconstruction + Oc loose body removal. The other dr has suggested lt knee arthoscopic Osteochondral loose body removal. Is surgery required which surgery is required in my case. They have to remove small bone chip from knee plz see the mri wat advise ull can give. Thanks
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Loose fragment definitely has to removed. Mpfl resconstruction required or not can tell you after examining the patient. And the symptoms
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Hi, You can consult directly so proper explanation can be given to you.
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Hi Consult directly with me through Practo for detail discussion, history , treatment plan and prescription. Here u can chat or can do audio or video call . Click on this link and get connected with me https://www.practo.com/aurangabad/doctor/dr-rahul-jaju-orthopedist-1?cache_refresh=true
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As per the MRI  report, patient needs arthroscopic debridement and repair of the joint under consideration.
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Hi Loose body removal has to be done definitely, where as MPFL reconstruction depends on symptoms and clinical examination
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