Problem description: Condition description (time of onset, main symptoms, symptom changes, etc.): I am 45 years old, and my right knee meniscus was injured during a basketball game 25 years ago. After examination, it was found that the meniscus was cracked (not falling off) ), conservative treatment without surgery. After recovery, the right knee joint cannot be completely curled up (the heel cannot touch the buttocks), and the right leg cannot be completely curled up like the left leg when squatting (forcibly curling up and squatting will cause pain). Until now, no other treatment measures have been taken. I have the habit of running in the morning.
Question date:2020-11-04
Patient information:Age: 45 years old Gender: Male
Question analysis: Hello, the symptom of interlocking is that the knee joint suddenly gets stuck during normal movement of the knee joint. When the sensation of shaking the knee joint disappears again, this is called interlocking. Your current symptoms have a lot to do with the injury of your right knee more than 20 years ago.
Guide suggestion: I suggest you do a right knee MRI to see if there are loose bodies. If there are no abnormalities, it is recommended to do rehabilitation.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection