Calcium Deposits of the Knee?


The calcium deposits of the knee are associated with pseudogout that causes pain in the knees. They form cartilages which when damaged inflame the knee joint. They are also formed occasional after an injury.
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What Are Calcium Deposits in Your Knees?
Calcium deposits inside the knee is a form of arthritis called pseudogout. Pseudogout erodes the cartilage of the knee and can cause extreme pain.... More »
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