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Meniscus Tear - Options for Torn Knee Cartilage Treatment
A meniscus tear is an injury that can cause pain in the knee joint. Often referred to as torn cartilage, treatment may require surgery.
How Does a Meniscus Tear Heal? - Orthopedics - About.com
A meniscus tear is a common knee injury. Some meniscus tears cause pain, other do not. Some meniscus tear require surgery, others heal on their own.
Meniscus Tear Treatment - Orthopedics - About.com
There are several options for treatment of a meniscus tear. Many people can find relief with non-invasive treatments, while other require surgery for pain relief.
Arthroscopic Surgery for Meniscus Tear - Sports Medicine - About.com
Arthroscopic surgery is the standard outpatient treatment to repair a meniscus tear. Meniscus tears typically occur in sports that require fast starts, stops, cuts and ...
What Is a Meniscus Tear? Causes and Treatment - Sports Medicine
Meniscus Tears often require arthroscopic surgery. Learn about the cause and treatment of a meniscus cartilage.
Meniscal Tears and Osteoarthritis - About.com
The association of meniscal tears and knee osteoarthritis is complicated.
What's a "bucket-handle" meniscus tear? - Orthopedics - About.com
Apr 18, 2006 ... Meniscus tears come in different shapes and sizes. One type is called a "bucket- handle" tear. These large tears tend to occur in younger ...
Treatment Option for Torn Meniscus - Orthopedics - About.com
A meniscus repair is a surgical procedure performed on the torn knee cartilage. If there is a chance that the cartilage tear can heal, a meniscus repair is an ...
Difference Between Meniscus Tear and Cartilage Tear - Orthopedics
There is often confusion about whether or not there is a difference between a meniscus tear and a cartilage tear. Many patients will use these words ...
Bone Spurs and Meniscus Tears Normal? - Orthopedics - About.com
Sep 1, 2012 ... Many MRIs showed bone spurs, meniscus tears, and cartilage damage. Ads. &ensp. &ensp. &ensp. So what is normal, and what is abnormal?
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