What causes Baker's cyst?
A Baker's cyst is caused when excess joint fluid is pushed into one of the small tissue sacs behind the knee. When this sac fills with fluid and spreads, it is called a cyst. Excess fluid is usually caused by conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis that irritate the knee. It can also be caused by an injury.
What are the symptoms?
Often a Baker's cyst does not cause pain. When symptoms occur, they may include:
Tightness or stiffness behind the knee.
Swelling behind the knee that may get worse when you are standing.
A slight pain behind the knee and at the top of the calf. You are more likely to feel this when you bend your knee or straighten all the way.
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