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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Last Update February 4, 2016
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Bakers Cyst and Joint Effusion

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9.05% of the posts that mention Joint Effusion also mention Bakers Cyst (156 posts)
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joint effusion. Tiny bakers cyst. do I really need...
| www.medhelp.org
" ...contacting the interior meniscal surface.  gRade IV chondromalacia patella.  tRace suprapatellar joint effusion.  Tiny bakers cyst.  do I really need surgery?  How long will recovery be if... "

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states Joint effusion with a Baker's Cyst, Intrameniscal...
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" Twisted my knee and had MRI, Impression states Joint effusion with a Baker's Cyst, Intrameniscal degeneration with a superimposed peripheral tear anterior horn of the lateral meniscus... "

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patella. Small joint effusion and Bakers cyst. Mild lateral...
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" ...chondromalacia of the medial femoral condyle and patella. Small joint effusion and Bakers cyst. Mild lateral subluxation of the patella. Osteophytes are also... "

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all joint effusion and moderate size popliteal cyst. I ha...
| 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... "

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l joint effusion small popliteal cyst right knee myxoid s...
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" ...knee mild chondromalacia patellae small joint effusion small popliteal cyst right knee myxoid signal in ...to moderate chondromalacia patella small joint effusion and baker cyst healed non... "

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joint effusion. Small lobulated Baker's cyst in the...
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" ...not sure what it means can you help me?  Small joint effusion.  Small lobulated Baker's cyst in the popliteal fossa.  Truncated meial meniscus.  Grade 3 oblique tear... "

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arge joint effusion, small popliteal cyst and ganglion c...
" ...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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int effusion and large popliteal cyst with le...
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" ...of the lateral meniscus posterior root w/o definite tear.  4.  Moderate joint effusion and large popliteal cyst with leaking. I kept telling everyone it hurt.  I have... "

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teal cyst?reactive marrow change?small joint effusio...
| 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... "

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small joint effusion, there is trace Bakers cyst fluid...
| www.dailystrength.org
" ...bone infarcts. Reactive or degenerative changes might also produce this appearance. Left: small joint effusion, there is trace Bakers cyst fluid Thanks for the... "

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