Anatomy of Knee Arthritis




The knees, hips and shoulders are more prone to develop arthritis, affirms Dr. Luis Rodriguez, Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician with Miami Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute. However, he says this condition can affect any joint in the body.
With a digital imaging, Dr. Rodriguez explains how arthritis occurs in the knee. He describes synovial fluid can be altered when the patient has arthritis.
The expert says it is also about an inflammatory environment inside the knee.

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