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Humeral Head Arthroplasty and Meniscal Allograft Resurfacing of the Glenoid

Humeral Head Arthroplasty and Meniscal Allograft Resurfacing of the Glenoid

Glenoid resurfacing with a meniscal allograft in conjunction with arthroplasty provided significant improvement in shoulder function and pain relief in this cohort of patients with glenohumeral arthritis under fifty-five.

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Meniscal allograft arthroplasty for the treatment of trapeziometacarpal arthritis of the thumb

 The results suggest that meniscal allograft arthroplasty is a viable option in the surgical management of stages II and III arthritis of the TM joint. Further follow-up and clinical studies are warranted.

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Meniscal Transplantation in Symptomatic Patients Under Fifty Years of Age: Survivorship Analysis

To determine the long-term results and survivorship of meniscal transplantation in a consecutive series of 38 patients.

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Ordering allografts with JRF Ortho

Tips for expediting your fresh osteochondral allograft, tendon and meniscus orders

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Meniscal Allograft Transplantation: How Should We Be Doing It? A Systematic Review

There is evidence that MAT provides pain relief, improves function and has good reported results in mid- and long-term studies. Presently there is not enough data to support one technique of MAT over another.

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Meniscal allograft transplantation: a systematic review.

Meniscal allograft transplantation (MAT) was developed as a means of treating the symptoms of compartmental overload after meniscectomy. Despite more than 20 years of research in this field, many controversies still exist regarding meniscal transplantation.

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Meniscal allograft transplantation and meniscal scaffolds; where are we up to now?

Meniscal allograft transplantation and meniscal scaffolds; where are we up to now?

The meniscus has an important function in protecting the joint surfaces within its compartment whilst facilitating joint lubrication and contributing to stability of the knee. It is now well recognized that meniscal loss leads to degenerative change.

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Osteophyte in Tibial Plateau Is a Risk Factor for Allograft Extrusion After Meniscus Allograft

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