Chondromalacia translates to “cartilage that is bad”. Typically, this refers to cartilage in the knee or behind the Patella specifically, that is getting frayed, injured, or softened. If this occurs behind the kneecap, it is called Patella Chondromalacia. Download our e-book “The Knee Owner’s Manual” for more information about knee conditions. Symptoms of Chondromalacia: Chondromalacia … Continued
Specialized doctor discusses pulomonary embolism after knee surgery requiring long term anti-coagulation.