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Cure Research for Meniscus injury

Latest Treatments for Meniscus injury

Some of the more recent treatments for Meniscus injury include:

Cure Research discussion for Meniscus injury:

Medical researchers are investigating a procedure called an allograft, in which the surgeon replaces the meniscus with one from a cadaver. A grafted meniscus is fragile and will shrink and tear easily. Researchers have also attempted to replace a meniscus with an artificial one, but this procedure is even less successful than an allograft. (Source: excerpt from Questions and Answers About Knee Problems: NIAMS)

Evidence Based Medicine Research for Meniscus injury

Medical research papers related to Meniscus injury include:

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