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Knee Contusion

Description of the disease

A knee contusion is an injury that occurs from a blow or fall onto the knee. Soft tissues, bones, or cartilage can be damaged as a result of the contusion.


  • Knee joint contusion
  • Knee cap fracture
  • Sprain of ligaments or muscles


  • Swelling and bruising
  • Pain and tenderness during movement
  • Limitation of knee mobility


A knee contusion can occur as a result of a sports injury, car accident, or a simple fall.


To diagnose a knee contusion, a doctor conducts an examination, and may order X-rays or an MRI.


Treatment for a knee contusion includes the application of cold, painkillers, physiotherapy, rehabilitation, and possibly surgical intervention in cases of severe damage.


To prevent a knee contusion, it is necessary to use protective gear during sports activities, be cautious when walking on slippery surfaces, and strengthen muscles and joints.


In case of a knee contusion, it is necessary to consult a traumatologist or orthopedist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.