Derangement of Posterior Horn Medical Meniscus

Knee meniscus disorders involve the medial meniscus or lateral meniscus, two semicircular pads of cartilage in the knee between the joint surfaces (femoral and tibial condyles) of the upper leg bone (femur) and lower leg bone (tibia). Menisci serve as shock absorbers. The most common meniscus disorder is a tear. The most common location for a meniscus tear in the knee is the posterior horn of the medial meniscus.
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  • Pain in the knee
  • Swelling in the knee
  • Knee catching or locking
  • Knee instability
  • Direct blow to knee
  • Knee twisted when the foot is on the ground
  • Degenerative
  • ROM and stretching to knee
  • Knee stabilization exercises
  • Lower extremity strengthening exercises



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