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Lateral fracture involving tibia plateau


Rheumatoid Arthritis Patient Stories
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Formerly known as "Patient Stories", this blog features first-hand accounts of users who have dealt with the condition of Rheumatoid Arthritis.


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Knee swelling, RA - May 24
This is my first visit to this site. I am 29 yrs old and I was recently diagnosed with RA. I have been having severe knee pain for 7 yrs. I was also diagnosed with Sjogrens ...
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Lateral fracture involving tibia plateau - Mar 15
16 months ago suffered lateral fracture of tibia involving plateau. Minor displacement ( 2 cm.) surgery not necessary. Continue to have pain, bad at times in knee & calf ...
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knee replacement - Aug 03
I had a TKR June 14th, 2004 after suffering with RA and Osteo for many years. I am 51 years old and delayed the surgury until I could no longer walk without crutches. The ...
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RA and a long time to diagnose it - May 29
Hi, I'm 42 this month and I have been in a whole lot of pain for about 4 years now. I quit working 2 years ago when I was in such bad shape I really did think I was dying. ...
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Pain control - Apr 30
I have had RA for 8 1/2 years. The first year and a half was a nightmare. I was under a RA doctors care plus I was going to a RA consultant center. The medication did not ...
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Posted: Mar 15, 2005 21:41
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  • Lateral fracture involving tibia plateau
    16 months ago suffered lateral fracture of tibia involving plateau. Minor displacement ( 2 cm.) surgery not necessary. Continue to have pain, bad at times in knee & calf muscle, also have a snagging feeling in calf muscle when walking, (at times). Recent x-rays shows obvious loss off cartiledge in area of fracture. Can anyone tell me why I still have pain and other discomfort? Will this injury dramatically increase my chances of having to undergo knee replacement at some future date?
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