X-ray Examination Results In Patients With Joint Pain?
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Hello Mr. Nuenk, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Based on the x-ray results you wrote above, it can be said that there is calcification in your back knee (fossa poplitea).
Calcification in this cavity is quite rare and generally calcification is part of other disorders such as the presence of cysts in the cavity, calcification of blood vessels in the cavity or calcification in one part of the knee joint.
Therefore, to re-evaluate your current condition and determine what therapy or medical treatment should be given, it is highly recommended to check the complaint further to an orthopedic specialist (bone surgery) and do not forget to bring the results of the x-ray when check up. It is also possible that you will be encouraged to conduct further investigations to ascertain the cause of your complaint.
In the meantime, it is recommended that you do not engage in activities that trigger or aggravate complaints too often, and warm up sufficiently before you do your activities / sports. There are no medicines that are recommended for you to take until there is further advice from a doctor.
Also limit consumption of foods that are high in fat, increase consumption of fruits and water, and do regular exercise by choosing exercises that are mild for the knee such as swimming.
I hope this helps.