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434 Possible Causes for Prominent Knees

  • Heelspur

    BORT Stabilogen Sport Patella fixation support with silicone pad for stabilisation and relief of the knee joint.[] Prominent elevations specifically seated on Hoffa’s fat pads – Anatomically interlocking seat for improved patella tracking and pressure relief for tibial tuberosity – Improved[]

  • Muscle Strain

    Together, these two muscles insert into a bony prominence on the femur bone, called the lesser trochanter. Who gets hip flexor strains?[] Athletes who perform repetitive bending of the knees and hips, perform high kicking, or perform forceful kicking, are common recipients of hip flexor strains.[]

  • Fibroma

    Conclusion In conclusion, FTSs arising around large joints (knees, shoulders, elbows, and ankles) are rare.[] […] diagnosis is that the characteristic vascular pattern of FTS is not seen in nodular fasciitis, and the presence of a less orderly, tissue culture-like growth pattern, more prominent[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    Pain and disability are prominent clinical features of knee OA. Knee OA pain is typically localized but can also be referred to the thigh or lower leg.[] Lateral radiograph of the knee reveals patellofemoral compartment narrowing and osteophytosis. A prominent Parson bump is also seen.[] It is not mere wear and tear, but an active joint disease with a prominent inflammatory component.[]

  • Lipedema

    They can extend from the hips to the ankles, but often the legs are affected only above or below the knees, or arms and forearms may be involved.[] Thus lipedema can be clearly distinguished from obesity and the symptoms also separate it from an unattractive distribution of fat, as seen in women with prominent „saddle[]

  • Tendinitis

    An apophysis is a secondary center of ossification that contributes to the peripheral prominences around bones, such as around the ankles, elbows, pelvis, and knees: “The[] This occurs during midpuberty and is marked by a prominent swollen bump on the front of the knee, just below the knee cap, where the patellar tendon attaches to the tibial[]

  • Bursitis

    Repetitive rubbing of the ITB across the bony prominences of the hip and knee causes an inflammatory response and pain.[] Turtel: There are bursa all over the body - in the shoulder, the knee, the elbow, anywhere there is a major prominence in the bone.[] For example, excision of bony prominence such as bunion or osteochondroma (developmental anomaly of bone).[]

  • Ligament Tear

    A prominent Tibial Tuberosity (lump just below the knee cap) resulting from previous Osgood Schlatter's disease may enhance the impact when the tibia strikes the ground.[] In sports, a PCL injury can occur when an athlete falls to the ground on a bent knee, causing the upper shin to strike the ground first.[]

  • Entrapment Neuropathy

    […] the sartorius in two knees.[] Surgery was performed on four knees in three patients for localized pain and tenderness.[] The infrapatellar nerve was found entrapped behind the sartorius tendon against the prominent edge of the medial femoral condyle and sharply angulated while passing around[]

  • Ichthyosis Vulgaris

    Worse in bends of elbows and knees KALI SULPH 30 — Kali Sulph is the best Homoeopathic medicine for icthyosis with dry, flaky skin with prominent, yellow scales.[]

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