Orthopaedic surgery (surgery for problems related to bones, joints, tendons and ligaments) is the third most common reason Australians go under the
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When SHOULD and SHOULDN’T Your Patients Have Meniscus Surgery? | Meniscectomy, Meniscus Repair : FPF Show Episode 25
When SHOULD and SHOULDN'T Your Patients Have Meniscus Surgery? | Meniscectomy, Meniscus RepairIn today's episode we go over When SHOULD and SHOULDN'T
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Suggest an improvement Introduction Osteoarthritis is a progressive, degenerative joint disorder. The most common joints affected by
Suggest an improvement Introduction Septic arthritis is defined as the infection and inflammation of one or more joints by a pathogenic
Suggest an improvement Introduction Compartment syndrome is a surgical emergency characterised by increased pressure within a closed
Autologous chondrocytes versus filtered bone marrow mesenchymal stem/stromal cells for knee cartilage repair—a prospective study.
Surgical repair of chondral and osteochondral lesions is frequently needed to relief symptoms and to prevent their progression toward premature
Non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries account for nearly 80% of all ACL injuries. For many decades, research has focused on trying to
Metabolic osteoarthritis: The relationship between diabetes and cardiovascular disease with knee osteoarthritis.
Knee osteoarthritis (OA), diabetes, and cardiovascular disease (CVD) are common in the ageing population and frequently coexist. In addition to
Performance-Based Outcomes After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Professional Athletes Differ Between Sports.
Athletes undergo anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) and subsequent rehabilitation with the goal of returning to full function
Different effects of the lateral meniscus complete radial tear on the load distribution and transmission functions depending on the tear site.
Most of the load onto the tibiofemoral joint is transmitted through the menisci. The load distribution and transmission functions are pivotal roles