Characteristic arthroscopic signs of cartilage injuries indicating concomitant occult medial meniscal peripheral tears of posterior horn

Abstract

Medial posterior horn meniscal tear is difficult to visualise during arthroscopy and is occasionally undetected by preoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Consequently, attention should be paid to performing a thorough examination and to some characteristic signs that indicate occult meniscal tear. The purpose of this study was to assess an… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00264-015-2759-x

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@article{Zhang2015CharacteristicAS, title={Characteristic arthroscopic signs of cartilage injuries indicating concomitant occult medial meniscal peripheral tears of posterior horn}, author={Xintao Zhang and Tian You and Xiaocheng Jiang and Honglei Zhang and Wentao Zhang}, journal={International Orthopaedics}, year={2015}, volume={40}, pages={191-195} }