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Meniscus reconstruction technique paper

Stone, K.R., Pelsis J.R., Adelson W.S., Walgenbach, A.W. 2010.

Meniscus Reconstruction: the new field of rebuilding meniscus cartilage." Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy, Sport Traumatology 7 (3): 9-18.

The collagen meniscus implant serves as a regeneration template for tissue repair and may expand the range of meniscus injuries that can be saved rather than resected. The objective of this monograph is to describe a new field of meniscus reconstruction in which regeneration templates are used to re-build missing segments of the meniscus and to expand the indications for meniscus repairs.

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