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Osteonecrosis(ON) is a condition in which bone tissue dies. It can happen with any joint but usually occurs in the knee, hip or shoulder. There may be one big event or slowly wearing away of the bone over years. ON is caused by a loss of blood supply (ischaemia). Blood flow to the bone stops for some reason and the bone cells do not receive nutrients or oxygen. They die, causing a fracture, collapse of the part of the joint and pain.
Osteonecrosis is the localized death of bone tissue caused by an interruption in blood supply to that area. It is a common complication of knee surgery, and an increasing number of patients are reporting this problem years after their initial surgical procedures. The leg may feel weak or painful, and it can be quite difficult for some individuals with osteonecrosis to return to an active lifestyle.
Infection, nutritional deficiencies, and/or blood clotting abnormalities are often blamed for the cause of osteonecrosis. But evidence points to direct trauma to the joint as a primary contributing factor. Signs of joint trauma include wear-and-tear bursitis (Baker's cysts), loose body, and torn or swollen soft tissue. In some cases, there is even bone bruising. Many of the implants used in knee surgeries can also irritate tissue and cause local trauma.
These areas become prone to weakening, slowing down blood flow, and sometimes even cut off all circulation. Eventually, the cells die and there is bone death (necrosis). The dead bone becomes infected or may be filled with blood clots (hematoma), and the patient experiences pain or swelling.
Pain is not always an indication that something is wrong. However, if you develop any sudden pain or swelling in your knee joint, especially after having knee surgery, it's important to consult with an orthopedic surgeon immediately. Some common symptoms include: