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fluid at side of knee replaced with a hard lump?

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ive had fluid at side of knee which used to stay for about 5 days and then disappear.this has gone on for a couple of months but now has been replaced with a hard lump which seems to be getting bigger.any idea please,
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replied October 26th, 2011
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billyking,

You do not say where the mass is located. Determining what it is often requires knowing where it is located. Otherwise, the list of what it could be would be extremely long.

If you can provide more information it would be helpful.
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