Knee Cartilage Replacement Patients Could Still Participate in Competitive Sports
The study was performed at The Stone Clinic in San Francisco, and it included 67 athletes who were very active before their respective injuries. Each received a knee cartilage transplant and had their most recent follow-up visit ranging from one to 14 years post-surgery.
According to the study, patients reported reduction in pain and improvements in function. Moreover, some patients claimed a return to full competitive sports.
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