The Skin Around The Knee Swells, Enlarging Until Black Fluid Comes Out?
… my skin on my knee swells … it starts with bubbles just like pimples on the skin layer and then it gets bigger and breaks … over time it gets swollen and black blood clots, why does that matter?
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In the knee area, there are constituent tissues, such as skin, fat tissue, muscles and tendons, blood vessels, nerves, joints and bones. Swelling in the knee area can be caused by inflammation or infection in the structure of the tissue that makes it up, so knowing the cause of the knee swelling can help ensure management and recovery.
Some of the conditions below can cause swelling in the knee, such as:
1. an infection of the skin due to a wound
2. infection of the hair root, so that it appears elevated hair follicles in the skin area
3. pus on the skin area, or on the knee joint
4. bleeding in the joints due to trauma, also called traumatic cysts
5. benign fat tissue or oil gland tumor
Direct examination and direct treatment by a family doctor or surgeon are expected to help ascertain the cause and ensure the necessary treatment.
In connection with your complaint, skin elevations such as enlarged and broken pimples then swell up again and contain black blood, possibly caused by infections of the skin that cause pus deposits and blood clots or blackened blood. This condition can be caused by infections in the skin that are not treated and treated properly. Therefore, initial treatment for skin infections needs to be done immediately and consulted to your doctor to help treat and treat and prevent inflammatory conditions from getting worse and worse. So, immediately visit your doctor for care and cleaning of the wound area and treatment, thus, this wound infection can improve immediately and does not interfere with your activities.
During the wound recovery period, you should avoid foot activity that is too heavy, and avoid wound contact with water.
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