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Bakers Cyst

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(Popliteal Cyst)
Baker's cyst, also known as a popliteal fossa cyst, is a benign swelling of the semimembranous or more rarely some other synovial bur...
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Bakers Cyst & Joint Effusion

8.87% of the posts that mention Joint Effusion also mention Bakers Cyst (122 posts)
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www.sherdog.net
" ...1) Bucket handle tear of lateral meniscus. 2) Small joint effusion and moderate size popliteal cyst. I have an appointment with the Orthopedic Surgeon on... "

" ...meniscus with displacement of fragment of meniscus to the intercondylar notch also large joint effusion, small popliteal cyst and ganglion cyst at the intercondylar At what % of full mobility after... "

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www.kneeguru.co.uk
" ...understand: mild eburnation about the medial tibial plateau? microtrabecular fracture and edema? lentiform popliteal cyst? reactive marrow change? small joint effusion? subtle chondromalacia... "

" ...tear of the body of the lateral meniscus. Osteoarthritis Joint effusion and popliteal cyst with evidence for leakage of the cyst. Edema in... "

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www.kneeguru.co.uk
" ...intact No acute bony injuries or stress reactive changes of the knee. No joint effusion or popliteal cyst appreciated. The anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments appear to be grossly intact. No... "

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www.kneeguru.co.uk
" ...additional tears on free edge, a moderate size lateral popliteal cyst with joint effusion, moderate chondromalacia affecting the patellofemoral and mild degenerative arthritic... "

" ...yrs old female suffering with severe knee pain. MRI shows tricompartmental ...collateral ligament-grade 1 ligament strain,Mild Joint effusion and presence of a baker's cyst. 2 days prior to MRI... "

" ...yrs old female suffering with severe knee pain. MRI shows tricompartmental ...collateral ligament-grade 1 ligament strain,Mild Joint effusion and presence of a baker's cyst. 2 days prior to MRI... "

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www.kneeguru.co.uk
" ...me.-- Right knee shows a mild to moderate knee joint effusion and a small Baker's cyst. A mild amount of edema in the medial head ...the only thing I understand is that I have some swelling... "

Post from
www.kneeguru.co.uk
" ...Here are MRI results Findings: There is a small/moderate joint effusion. No evidence of Bakers Cyst There is a cartilaginous flap/tear involving the medial femoral... "

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