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Cystic synovial containing cavity

Male with 45 with since 6 months solitary swelling, non fluctuating, transluminating, plane of the swelling is skin is pinchable Muscule bulk on contraction not prominent and non pulsating X-ray looks cyst not arrising from bony margines So sent for fnac for conformation Planning for excission and sending for histopathlogical examination of cyst Any other openion r planning ?

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As commented in replay about mri film its a cavity with fluid It was cystic swelling filled with thick synovial fluid and stalk was connecting to joint from posterio medial joint space after debunking the mouth of track closed

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It seems to be case of miniscal cyst or perimeniscal cyst due to chronic degenerative changes of meniscus with protrusion of synovial fluid and extends upto the margin of meniscus. This may also due acute twisting of knee. Xray is diagnostic but MRI more diagnostic Usually produces minimum symptoms No problem with the movement NSAID Aspiration of the cyst under LA If surgical excision is to be done may be arthroscopic removal of the cyst with remivar of the torn meniscus.

Thanks Dr Shivraj Agarwal.
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? CYSTIC SWELLING..KNEE JOINT.. ? BECKER'S CYST.. NEED'S.. HPE..FNAC.. USG STUDY..

Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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Apparently Bakers cyst Aspiration under local anesthesia / surgical excision

Could be a bakers cyst or lipoma.. fanc findings could help

D/d 1 lipoma 2 backers cyst Excision is the option

Thanx dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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Baker cyst? MRI knee or Fnac done for confirm

? Morant Bakers cyst Adv MRI of knee joint

Baker's cyst Medial meniscal cyst

Infected cyst usg then decide

Cystic lession of the knee

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