What are Baker's cysts? A brief video from Dr Norman Swan
Baker’s cysts are cysts that occur at the back of your knee. And they’re often associated with severe arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis and they don’t necessarily need to be treated in their own right. Depending on whether they’re causing problems.
Baker’s Cysts are also known as Popliteal cysts. Find out more about Baker’s Cyst at Better Health Channel.
If you are experiencing pain, please consult your doctor for diagnosis and treatment.
A brief video by Dr Norman Swan, Physician and Journalist
Last Reviewed: 14/09/2020
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