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Severe Bilateral Knee Deformity Treated with Knee Replacement

Patient Review

  • Patient's Name: Suparna Ghosh
  • Patient's Age: 60
  • Patient's Gender: female


  • Worsening pain and difficulty in walking

Case Presentation

Knee deformity, often known as knock knee, is a condition in which the knees bend inward and "knock" against one another, even when the ankles are apart. It applies too much force to the outside of the knee, causing pain and injury over time. Knock knee is usually bilateral, affecting both legs. 


However, in certain situations, it just involves one knee. Knee deformity is a misalignment of the kneecap that affects individuals of all ages. It can lead to knee discomfort and joint deterioration if left untreated. 


Correcting the deformity will restore knee mechanics and walking ability and lessen pain and slow the progression of a knee injury.


An Overview of the Case

A 60-year-old female patient, Suparna Ghosh, was brought to Care Hospital, one of the top orthopedic centre in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. The patient was having difficulty in walking and severe pain in both knees.


Dr. Sandeep Singh, one of the famous ortho doctor of Bhubaneswar, Odisha, attended the patient. Dr. Sandeep Singh examined the patient and suggested an X-ray, and diagnosed the condition as severe bilateral knee deformity. 


Dr. Sandeep Singh informed the patient and her relative about the condition and the need for immediate surgical treatment. Then, immediately Dr. Singh operated on the patient and performed bilateral knee replacement


After few hours of the surgery, the patient started walking and within several days got complete relief from pain and performed routine tasks efficiently. 


Knee deformity


Treatment and prognosis

  • Bilateral Knee Replacement

Physical Examination & Tests

  • Bilateral knee X-ray


This is what Mrs. Suparna Ghosh said after her knee replacement, "I am happy with the prompt treatment given by Dr. Sandeep Singh. Within few hours of the operation, I started walking without any pain, and now I can perform my daily activities comfortably."

Relevant Questions

Q. My doctor had advised me to get orthopedic surgery back in January, but due to work from home and pandemic i kept putting it on hold, is it risky?

You should have orthopedic surgery at the earliest after you got advised by the doctor otherwise you may feel some mobility issues.

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Q. Long shifts at office is causing me a lot of pain all over my body, any tips to manage/reduce/prevent body pain?

Try gentle stretching to aid with muscle tightness, Massage the muscles, Rest, Ice can aid in the reduction of inflammation, Heat will aid in the increase of blood flow to your muscles, Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen, are available over-the-counter (OTC) (brand name: Advil) these can help you relieve back pain.

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