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Bursae of the Knee: These are VERY variable. Common ones are shown above.  The Suprapatellar Bursa is continuous with the synovial membrane of the knee joint.  The following bursae rarely communicate with the knee joint cavity:  1) Prepatellar Bursa (bursitis of which is called "Housemaid's Knee");  2 & 3) Subcutaneous and Deep Infrapatellar Bursae (bursitis of which may be referred to as "Jumper's Knee") Knee Fat, Housemaid's Knee, Bursitis Knee, Jumpers Knee, Knee Problem, Craniosacral Therapy, Hip Problems, Solomons Seal, Osteopathy
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Treatment for Knee Pain, Regenerative Medicine | Dr. Lox

Knee Bursitis results when any of the three fluid-filled sacs or bursae in the knee joint become inflamed due to injury or strain, causing pain.

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