Arthroscopic Meniscal Repair Using Biodegradable Screws View Full Text


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2002-12

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Michael Bohnsack, Oliver Rühmann, Carl Joachim Wirth

ABSTRACT

ObjectiveRepair of meniscal tears to restore meniscal shape and function as well as to preserve meniscal chondroprotective and knee-stabilizing properties.IndicationsPeripheral incomplete or complete longitudinal tears of the medial or lateral meniscus.“Bucket-handle tears”.ContraindicationsUnstable joint not treated successfully.Complex meniscal tears or radial tears.Degenerative meniscal tissue.Meniscal lesions in the avascular central zone.Osteoarthritis.Infections.Local cutaneous affections.Surgical TechniqueKnee arthroscopy and inspection of the meniscal lesion. Freshening of the meniscal edges using a rasp or shaver. Intraarticular placement of the meniscal screws using a cannulated device. Perforation of the meniscus and refixation of the tear.Results60 patients of a total of 65 were followed up by clinical examination after an average of 18 (8–34) months. Two patients had already undergone a partial meniscectomy at the time of follow-up, three had a recurrence of typical clinical signs of a meniscal tear. The other 55 patients rated the overall clinical results as “excellent” (n = 21), “good” (n = 31), or “satisfactory” (n = 3). The average Lysholm score at the time of examination was 93 (49–100) points. More... »

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299-309

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