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    TKR Issues 2012-2013
    An_252415 posted:
    Had TKR 11/2012. I had a overall infection (not in the knee) was in the hospital for 7 days. Had a knee manipulation 1 month later. all was well until 4/2013. Knee became swollen, hot and very painful. Went to doctor several times for pain relief. Was moved to TKA doctor.First said pain an was in my head. Then they aspirated bloody fluid from the knee on 2 different occasion. Finally they scoped the knee last month. Knee was not infection on the new knee. Knee was highly inflamed. Knee was bleeding. Doctor comment was they have never seen anything like it. Info was sent to Mayo Clinic and John Hopkins. Waiting to moving to a TKA
    Any advice or comments

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