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  1. Guides you through the decision to have surgery for a torn meniscus. Explains two kinds of surgery. Explains when surgery is done. Lists risks and benefits of surgery for meniscus tear. Includes interactive tool to help you decide.
  2. Dec 27,  · The meniscus has blood supply only at its outer attachments, which can making it very difficult to heal if a serious meniscus tear has occurred. Medial vs. Lateral Meniscus Tear: The medial meniscus is located in a C-shape on the inside of the knee. The lateral meniscus is located on the outer side of the knee in a U-shape.
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  4. The meniscus is an added shock absorber that helps to protect the cartilage. At first blush it would seem that a tear in this structure would be a real problem, reducing the ability of the meniscus to guard against cartilage loss. There is some truth in the assertion that a torn meniscus is less able to do its job.
  5. The meniscus is a piece of cartilage that acts like a cushion between your thigh and shin bones. Each knee has two menisci joints. Meniscus tears are one of the most common injuries during activities that involve putting pressure on the knee or rotating the knee
  6. Is Meniscus Repair Better? The meniscus is a circular piece of cartilage with its blood supply coming from the outer rim. In order for the meniscus repair to heal, the tear must be near this outer edge in an area of good blood supply (nutrients from the blood vessels are necessary for healing)--this is the so-called red (vascular)-white (non-vascular) region of the meniscus.
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  8. A meniscus is a disk-shaped piece of cartilage that acts as a shock absorber inside a joint. Each knee has one lateral meniscus under the outer knob of the thighbone and one medial meniscus under the inner knob of the thighbone. Each meniscus acts as a natural .

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