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Aug06
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Getting the Graft Thickness Right is Crucial for the Long-Term Success of an OCA

The MOCA group consensus states the ideal depth of a femoral Osteochondral Recipient site is between 6 - 10mm. In this study, the authors point out that surgeons need to be aware of the thickness of the plug during transplantation to avoid either cycstic formation (<5mm bony thickness) or delaying osseous integration (>9mm bony thickness). 

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