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Efficacy of athroscopic knee surgery challenged in trauma related injuries

The common presumption that people with meniscal tears caused by trauma do better after arthroscopic partial meniscectomy than people with degenerative tears has been questioned by a study in this week’s The BMJ. The Danish authors led by Associate Professor Jonas Bloch Thorlund from the University of Southern Denmark said systematic reviews and meta-analyses of randomised trials have concluded ...

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