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My MRI showed in the patellofemoral compartment there is full

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my MRI showed in the patellofemoral compartment there is full thickness articular cartilage loss at the inferior aspect of the trochlear concavity with focal subchondral edema... also a horizontal tear at the body and posterior horn of the meniscus which contracts with the inferior articular surface and no cartilage loss in the lateral compartment...however fraying at the free edge of the body of the meniscus...also mild reactive bone marrow edema of the medial tibial plateau adjacent to the meniscal tear.......what type of clinical intervention should I expect?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Brims replied 1 year ago.
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That depends on your symptoms, do you have and /or swelling in your knee?