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  1. neo_star

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    Hint: the lesion is very classically located and the surgeons in the pic have done a good job in neatly exposing it. But shud they have exposed it or dealt with the primary problem first ( may be they hav ) is definitely debatable.
     

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    Popliteal Cyst?
     

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    Baker's cyst?
     

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    I would say a cyst as well
     

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    It can be Baker cyst.
     

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    Baker cyst.
     

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    Ans: Popliteal Cyst aka Baker's cyst

    concomitantly treating the primary pathology in the knee joint is very important as the popliteal cyst is indicative / symptomatic of a more sinister problem within the knee joint.
     

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