The Cause Appears Two Lumps In The Knee Joint?
Like this, I feel a lump in my left knee joint, and then a few weeks later another lump appears, and this second lump is very close to the first lump … Please explain why
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Lumps in the knee joint can be caused by several structures found in the knee joint such as muscles, joint pockets, bones, or other things. Some things that often happen are
Joint fluid cysts (ganglion cysts) are conditions where there is a buildup of joint fluid where this usually appears as symptoms of lumps that are rounded, painless, size can change change usually without pain and are triggered by a condition of repetitive movements
Inflammatory arthritis will usually appear inflammation in the joint area which usually will appear in the form of reddish lumps, felt warm, pain can be accompanied by general body symptoms such as fever
Lipoma or benign tumors in fat tissue will usually appear symptoms of lumps that are not painful, can be moved, felt soft.
To ensure that you should consult a doctor, especially an orthopedic specialist, but if there is severe pain, growing rapidly, there is a drastic weight loss, accompanied by a high fever you should immediately take yourself to the doctor. This aims to get you an immediate handler. Some things that can be done to improve conditions are
Rest the knee area
Compress with a cold towel
When lying down, you should position your knees higher
Avoid repetitive movements and trauma to the knee area
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