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Crepitus knee pain and arthritis
Crepitus knee pain and arthritis Crepitus, although typically harmless, can be a sign of arthritis. Crepitus is a condition characterized by the popping, cracking or grinding of the joints in the body. It is most common in joint or knee cracking.
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Physical examination of the left knee revealed no evidence of swelling or discoloration and there was mild crepitus of the left knee with motion and mild tenderness in the left medial joint line.
I have a mild case of crepitus
Lately, I've been experiencing a mild case of crepitus. Crepitus is the popping and crackling sound you hear from your knees when you walk. It can also be the sound a doctor listens for when examining your lungs.
What Is Crepitus?
Crepitus is defined as a crackling or grating feeling or sound under the skin, usually in the joint or around the lungs. Essentially, it is a sound coupled with a sensation. The term "crepitus" is derived from the Latin, meaning "rattling or creaking.

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