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Right knee cant be stragt
I have undergone a Revision ACL teat surgery and meniscus repair on my knee. Its been a month since the operation and I am undergoing physiotherapy and I and able to bend my knee almost completely now but cannot stand completely straight compared to the other knee. Whenever I stand, the right knee is a little front.
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Dr. Prashanth Inna
Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon 11 yrs exp Bangalore
In operated knee bones appear prominent due to thinness of muscles for a few months Also your knee may not be getting fully straight. Called fixed flexion deformity. Ask your physio to work on it if this is the problem.
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