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sir
i suspect quadriceps tension at the beginning,but it was diagonised nerve suppression,all sorts of medicines and tens applied but no relief,yesterday it was suspected quadricep problem by the physiotherapist little excercises started lil relief but burning sensation below and stiffness in the knee continues.suggest treatment and medicines with excercises
thanks and regds

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Hi! You should see your physician. X-rays may be ordered on the initial visit to your doctor. An X-ray can show fractures or the presence of calcium deposits in the quadriceps muscle but X-rays do not show soft tissue injuries. In these cases, other tests, such as ultrasonography or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), may be suggested. Ultrasound uses sound waves to detect tendon tears. MRIs use magnetic waves rather than X-rays to show the soft tissues of the body. This machine creates pictures that look like slices of the knee. Usually, this test is done to look for injuries, such as tears in the quadriceps. This test does not require any needles or special dye and is painless.
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