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What are the common osteoconditris dissecans symptoms

People are normally taking part in sport when they suffer from osteoconditris dissecans. You will probably feel a sudden pain in the knee and notice a sudden swelling. If a fragment of the bone breaks off, it might jam the knee, locking the joint and making it very difficult to move.

Most people find that the condition is too painful to carry on with the sport they’re doing, and can’t even put weight on the affected leg.
 

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