The Consequence of Meniscectomy in 147 Athletes: A 14.5-Year (Median) Prospective Longitudinal Study
Time to the development of subjective complaints, objective findings and radiological changes
The influence on working capacity and sports activity
Identification of risk factors at the time of operation and at a short-term follow-up.
KeywordsSport Activity Joint Line Prospective Longitudinal Study Radiographic Change Subjective Complaint
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