Two- to 9-Year Outcome After Autologous Chondrocyte Transplantation of the Knee

@article{Peterson2000TwoT9,
  title={Two- to 9-Year Outcome After Autologous Chondrocyte Transplantation of the Knee},
  author={Lars Peterson and Tom Minas and Mats Brittberg and Anders Nilsson and Eva Sj{\"o}gren-Jansson and Anders Lindahl},
  journal={Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={\&NA;},
  pages={212-234}
}
Autologous cultured chondrocyte transplantation was introduced in Sweden in 1987 for the treatment of large (1.5-12.0 cm2) full thickness chondral defects of the knee. The clinical, arthroscopic, and histologic results from the first 101 patients treated using this technique are reported in this study. Patients were assessed retrospectively using three types of endpoints: patient and physician derived clinical rating scales (five validated and two new); arthroscopic assessment of cartilage fill… Expand
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