Problem description: My aunt’s knee has been painful for more than a month. A few days ago, she went to the hospital for an examination and said it was knee synovitis. How long will the knee synovitis get better?
Question date:2020-10-26
Patient information:Age: 51 Gender: Female
Knee synovitis is caused by knee Joint sprains and aseptic inflammation caused by various intra-articular injuries, this disease can cause knee dysfunction.
After thorough treatment, knee synovitis can be significantly relieved in about 2 to 4 weeks. For first-onset or mild synovitis, conventional conservative treatment can be used to relieve symptoms in a short time, such as keeping bed rest, applying heat to the knee joint, and cooperating with drugs such as nimesulide. Anti-inflammatory and pain relief. Such patients recover relatively quickly. For some recurrent or very severe synovitis, conservative treatment can be given first. If conservative treatment is not effective, arthroscopic surgery is needed to clean up the inflamed synovium.
It is recommended to stay in bed to reduce knee joint activity and range of motion, reduce knee joint weight, thereby reducing synovial exudation, and conducive to the absorption of joint effusion.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection