Posted: Thursday, August 20, 2009 3:28:48 AMI'm 17 years old. I was playing basketball like 2 weeks ago and I sprain me knee. I couldn't put wieght on my knee after that. But now I can walk perfectly but I still have Lingering pain and a bump on the side of my knee. Does any one know what this means? I can move my knee and I didn't hear a pop when I got hurt. I can crotch down because it hurt if I bend down with both legs.
Posted: Monday, August 24, 2009 4:37:11 PMKnee sprain can be painful but is not a serious injury. But since it's already been 2 weeks and you can still feel pain, you should get an MRI to make sure there is no ligament or structural damage to your knee.
Posted: Monday, October 04, 2010 6:05:10 AMA caregiver will examine your knee and ask you questions about your activities. You may need x-rays or magnetic resonance (REZ-oh-nans) imaging (MRI). These tests will show a picture of the bones and tissues inside your knee. Caregivers can do these tests to learn if you have a fractured (FRAK-churd) (cracked or broken) bone or soft tissue damage.
Posted: Monday, March 07, 2011 12:19:21 AMA knee sprain is an injury to a knee ligament. The sprain may vary in severity from a slight stretch to a complete tear of the ligament. The most commonly sprained ligament is the medial collateral ligament (MCL). This ligament can be sprained by a blow to the outside of the knee, particularly if your foot is planted on the ground when you are hit. You should get an MRI to make sure there is no ligament or structural damage to your knee.
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