Blood Under The Skin?
I want to ask the marks of swelling in the patella area after the disposition can disappear in about how many weeks
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Patellar dislocation or dislocation is when the kneecap moves out of its original position. This condition usually causes pain, deformity of the knee, difficulty standing, and swelling. Good handling is to come to an orthopedic doctor. The doctor will perform a direct examination and x-rays to determine the injury. If the patellar disposition does occur, the doctor will take steps to return it to its original position. The doctor will also provide a temporary fixation device to maintain the position. The tool is usually installed for 6 weeks. You can take painkillers if you still have pain in your knee. Cold compresses on the knee area can also help. If there is a large amount of bleeding that occurs in the joint (under the skin), the blood will usually be aspirated because a lot of blood can also cause pain. If handled properly, healing usually occurs in 4-6 weeks. Physiotherapy during the healing process can help heal faster and better. If not treated properly, the swelling usually gets worse 1-2 weeks after the injury. The more intense swelling is a sign that the patient should immediately be taken to an orthopedic doctor.
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