Polyurethane scaffold in lateral meniscus segmental defects: clinical outcomes at 24 months follow-up.

@article{Bouyarmane2014PolyurethaneSI,
  title={Polyurethane scaffold in lateral meniscus segmental defects: clinical outcomes at 24 months follow-up.},
  author={H. Bouyarmane and P. Beaufils and N. Pujol and J. Bellemans and S. Roberts and T. Spalding and S. Zaffagnini and M. Marcacci and P. Verdonk and M. Womack and R. Verdonk},
  journal={Orthopaedics & traumatology, surgery & research : OTSR},
  year={2014},
  volume={100 1},
  pages={
          153-7
        }
}
BACKGROUND Segmental tissue loss in the lateral meniscus is associated with pain and increased risk of osteoarthritis even when indications have been carefully considered. HYPOTHESIS Repairing the defect using a novel biodegradable scaffold will reduce pain and restore the knee function. METHODS In this prospective multicenter study, a total of 54 patients (37 males/17 females; mean age: 28 years [16-50]) were enrolled. All patients presented with postmeniscectomy syndrome and segmental… Expand
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