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  1. Meniscal tears are common sports-related injuries in young athletes and can also present as a degenerative condition in older patients.

  2. The meniscal tear is the most common knee injury. It tends to be more frequent in sports that have rough contact or pivoting sports such as soccer. It is more common in males than females, with a ratio of about two and a half males to one female. Males between the ages of 31 and 40 tend to tear their meniscus more frequently than younger men.

  3. Jan 26, 2022 · Like a lot of knee injuries, a meniscus tear can be painful and debilitating. Unfortunately, it's quite common. In fact, a meniscal tear is one of the most frequently occurring cartilage injuries ...

  4. Sep 08, 2020 · Consequently, menisci can tear due to traumatic injury or degenerative wear (e.g., in knee joint arthritis), and can compromise force distribution across the knee joint. A meniscal tear occurs in 2 primary planes, vertical and horizontal.

  5. Feb 08, 2022 · A meniscus injury is a tear in one of the crescent-shaped pads of cartilage inside each knee joint. Learn about the possible causes, symptoms, and treatment. ... Meniscal tears: Current ...

  6. Many different factors influence the post-operative meniscal repair rehabilitation outcomes, including type and location of the meniscal tear and repair. Consider taking a more conservative approach to range of motion, weight bearing, and rehab progression with more complex tears or all-inside meniscal repairs.

  7. Sep 25, 2021 · Osteochondral injury staging system for MRI attempts to grade the stability and severity of osteochondral injury and is used to plan management. stage I. injury limited to articular cartilage; MRI findings: subchondral edema; x-ray findings: none; stage II. cartilage injury with associated subchondral fracture but without detachment; thin ...

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