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Fracture of Knee Cap

The kneecap can fracture as a result of a direct blow from a fall or car accident or from sports. Signs that your knee might be broken are: extreme pain with swelling around the knee, a deformed appearance, tenderness when pressing, and difficulty moving the knee either side or straightening it.

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My friend sustained an injury few weeks ago. She had fracture of the knee cap and was told that it is necessary to remove the knee cap itself. I want to know whether this will affect her mobility and will be able to perform all movements at the knee joint.


 

Posted on : Saturday, May 24, 2008 8:16 AM
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If the injury is really serious, it might be necessary to replace the knee cap. Knee Cap surgery is not really very complex and has a very high success rate. However without actually reading the case consultation cannot be provided. Please visit my website

http://www.drashokgoel.com/

and fill the online consultation form by providing maximum information and I will revert back to you.
Replied on Sunday, September 13, 2009 1:27 AM
 


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