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98 Possible Causes for Calf Pain, Knee Effusion

  • Popliteal Cyst

    The primary physicians failed to appreciate evidence of knee disease in these patients, although the rheumatology consultant found knee effusion, and a popliteal cyst was[] We present a case of a large dissecting popliteal cyst 7 years after TKA with symptoms of severe calf pain and functional disability.[] In addition to these conditions, a dissecting or ruptured popliteal cyst should be considered in the differential diagnosis of acute calf pain and swelling following total[]

  • Hemarthrosis

    Knee effusions may be the result of trauma, overuse or systemic disease.[] The patients presented with calf pain and swelling and large ecchymoses, which eventually extended to the ankle as a crescent about one or both malleoli.[] I was having severe, cramping pain in my calf and they thought I may have a DVT (blood clot).[]

  • Reiter's Syndrome

    ‘Immunologic diseases such as Reiter's syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis and rheumatic fever can also cause knee effusion.’[] The patient presented with a swollen, painful left calf and persistent itching on the skin of the calf.[] Very large knee effusions, in excess of 100 mL, are not unusual.[]

  • Traumatic Arthropathy

    Chmell stated that the December 20, 2002 injury caused chronic “effusion, tenderness, crepitus and diminished range of motion” of both knees.[] She described the pain as constant, cramping, aching and burning from her mid-calf down to her toes on her right lower extremity.[] A large joint effusion is usually the striking imaging feature (Fig. 3).[]

  • Ruptured Baker's Cyst

    Examination of the joints revealed diffuse synovitis with bilateral knee effusions and a visibly enlarged left calf with a palpable mass extending inferiorly from the popliteal[] Sometimes one may experience slightly pain from the area behind the knee spreading to the upper calf.[] (Excessive fluid within the knee joint is called knee effusion and is often referred to as water on the knee ) Even if the knee is healthy, a Bakers cyst may form if a normal[]

  • Prepatellar Bursitis

    «EurekAlert, giu 11» What is water on the knee (knee effusion)? What causes water on … This condition is known as prepatellar bursitis .[] pain; and medial tibial stress syndrome.[] «EurekAlert, Jun 11» What is water on the knee (knee effusion)? What causes water on … This condition is known as prepatellar bursitis .[]

  • Knee Sprain

    The signs and symptoms of a knee sprain are: (1) severe pain at the time of injury (2) A feeling of popping or tearing inside the knee (3) swelling over the injury(effusion[] Strains Chondromalacia Cold Therapy Elbow Sprain Hip Pain IT Band Syndrome Knee Sprain (All) Knee Sprain (LCL/MCL) All Injuries Featured FILMISTA Knowledge Innovation A2-[] Calf stretch Hang your heel off the edge of a step, hold for 30 seconds Do not push into knee pain – you should just feel a calf stretch 2.[]

  • Tendon Rupture

    However, in some cases the swelling in the knee joint (knee effusion) is severe enough that this is difficult to appreciate.[] Conclusion The causes of calf pain are multiple, and often difficult to diagnose clinically.[] There is oftentimes a palpable defect in this area when compared to the contralateral side (uninjured knee). The knee will have a large effusion (swelling in the knee).[]

  • Anterior Thigh Pain

    When PKF if contusion is severe a re-bleed is present Knee effusion present Why? inappropriate heat and massage Myositis ossificans symptoms?[] Midfoot Pain Posterior Ankle Pain Posterior Calf Pain Posterior Knee Pain Posterior Thigh Pain R Restless Leg Syndrome Rheumatoid Arthritis Reactive Arthritis S Sacroiliitis[] Swelling may continue to increase over a 24 hour period resulting in stiffening of the thigh and knee as the effusion increases.[]

  • Familial Mediterranean Fever

    Pleuritic chest pain - occurs in 50%; may be associated with an effusion. Pericarditis.[] Non-canonical manifestations of FMF are increasingly recognized in recent years, such as calf pain, vasculitides and neurological disease.[] Joint attacks: 25-75% – Acute Arthritis: • Usually monoarticular, affecting knee, ankle, or hip. • Large sterile neutrophil-rich effusions are frequent, w/o corresponding[]

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