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My age is 30 years ,Below is my knee cartigram details. Doctors has recommended some exercises and told that there is no need of any active intervention as the cartilage tear is very small. Recommended: Rejoint UC Another doctor suggested arthroscopy. Below is report: Cartigram reveals grade-I chandra lesions in the medial patellar facet as well as subtle suchlesions in the medial trochlear facet, lateral trochlear facet, posterior medial femoral condyle, and posterior lateral femoral condyle. LOCATION T2val cartilage loss Medial patellar facet 33-41 N Patellar ridge 27-37 N Lateral patellar facet 28-34 N Medial trochlear facet 38-48 N Trochlear groove 34-43 N Lateral trochlear facet 40-52 N Inferior medial femoral condyle 29-33 N Posterior medial femoral condyle 40-43 N Inferior lateral femoral condyle 38-39 N Posterior lateral femoral condyle 40-42 N Medial tibial plateau 30-33 N Lateral tibial plateau 25-27 N I tried glucosamine but effect is little. Kindly suggest what to do?.

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My age is 30 years ,Below is my knee cartigram details. D...
Dear sir, the cartilage lessons are minimal only. No need of intervention. If glucosamine is not useful, take collagen supplements available in the market. Regards.
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My age is 30 years ,Below is my knee cartigram details. D...
Use physiotherapy treatment and rehabilitation exercise regularly to avoid and reduce further damage to cartilage. Like hams and quadriceps, SLR exercises on regular basis and take alovera, guggal/suth, twin stem sachet, salakhi to improve strength and mobility to joint.
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