Lateral Meniscal Variants: Evaluation and Treatment.

  • Jordán
  • Published 1996 in
    The Journal of the American Academy of…


The normal lateral meniscus is morphologically more variable than the medial meniscus. The abnormal lateral meniscus also varies with respect to size, shape, and stability. Variations can occur in patients of all ages. The underlying causes of lateral meniscal abnormalities are multifactorial. The spectrum of abnormalities includes the most common variant… (More)


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