Hey everyone. I recently fell and hurt my right knee at work. My doctor told me that my x-ray was good so no fractures however, I did sprain my knee. He told me also that when A child is born there is something in the knee ( sorry I don’t remember what he said it was) that as you get older dissolves, but he said that mine did not dissolve and that when I fell that is what I injured. Has anyone ever heard of any thing like this before? He was in a hurry so I was not able to ask many questions. I tried researching it but could not find anything. The diagnoses that he put on my sheet were too sloppy to read. I hope someone can help. Thanks in advance.:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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