Baker’s Cyst

A Baker’s cyst, also known as a popliteal cyst, is a fluid-filled swelling that develops behind the knee. It often results from excess joint fluid being pushed into the surrounding tissue due to conditions like arthritis or a knee injury. This cyst can cause discomfort, stiffness, and restricted movement in the knee.

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Getting Rid of a Baker’s Cyst without Surgery: Exact Placement Matters

Knee baker’s cyst surgery? A Baker’s cyst is a fluid filled area at the back of the knee that can cause pain and reduce range of motion of the knee. In essence, when the knee joint swells, in some patients that swelling shows up as a Baker’s cyst at the back of the knee. Many times, once the blind injection of…read more

Can a Baker’s Cyst be Treated without Surgery?

A doctor discusses a new method to get rid of a knee Baker's cyst using less invasive imaging guided injections rather surgery.
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