BAKER'S CYST - WHAT IT IS AND HOW TO IDENTIFY - ORTHOPEDIC DISEASES

Carock behind the knee may be Baker's cyst



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Which is: Baker's cyst, also known as a cyst in the popliteal fossa, is a lump that arises in the back of the knee due to fluid build-up of the joint, causing pain and stiffness at the site that worsen with knee extension movement and during physical activity. Generally, Baker's cyst is a result of other knee problems, such as arthritis, meniscal injury or cartilage wear, and therefore does not require treatment, disappearing when the disease that causes it is controlled