Meniscal Ramp Lesion Repair Using the FasT-Fix Technique: Evaluating Healing and Patient Outcomes with Second-Look Arthroscopy.

Abstract

Deficiency of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) occurs commonly, causing instability and frequently resulting in tears of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus (MM).1 Lesions between the peripheral attachment and posterior horn of the MM have been described as “ramp lesions” by Strobel,2 with an incidence rate of 9.3 to 17%.3,4 If neglected… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0037-1606378

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@article{Chen2017MeniscalRL, title={Meniscal Ramp Lesion Repair Using the FasT-Fix Technique: Evaluating Healing and Patient Outcomes with Second-Look Arthroscopy.}, author={Zhong Chen and Wei-Ping Li and Ruijie Yang and Bin Song and Chuan Jiang and Jing-Yi Hou and Huan Luo and Yun-feng Zhou}, journal={The journal of knee surgery}, year={2017} }