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Ths means you have some arthritis in the knee joint.
This has caused small fluid accumulation in the joint space.
There is some bone changes of the knee cap due to the arthritis.
There is some weakening of the meniscus the joint surface covering.
The muscle tendons are good so no weakening of the tendons.
If you have significant symptoms, then laparoscopic surgery may be planned to remove the arthritic bone surface ( shaving), repair the weak part of the meniscus and drain the fluid.
Cortisone injection also may be tried to improve joint function.
Physical therapy will be helpful along with.
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