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This study was done to examine the relationship between size and type of meniscus injury and the development of osteoarthritis (OA).

This study was done to determine whether during partial removal of the meniscus for a horizontal tear, there is any advantage to removing only one leaf of the tear versus both leaves.

Meniscectomy and Resultant Articular Cartilage Lesions of the Knee Among Prospective National Football League Players: An Imaging and Performance Analysis

This study was conducted to identify factors that increase the probability that a patient’s meniscal repair will be successful.

This study involved a review of medical literature to determine the type of outcomes patients have after repair of horizontal meniscus tears.

Read full study here Study purpose? This study involved a review of medical literature to learn whether patients with traumatic meniscal tears have less complications and better short-term and long-term outcomes if their meniscus is repaired versus partially removed. Who participated? The researchers reviewed articles about patient studies that met the following criteria: * Published between 1989 and 2010 * Included patients with no prior knee injury or surgery * Included outcomes with men

This study involved a review of medical literature to learn about patient outcomes after surgeries to repair radial meniscus tears. meniscus is repaired versus partially removed.

This study was conducted to learn whether patients with traumatic meniscal tears have better long-term outcomes if their meniscus is repaired versus partially removed.

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      About Dr. Justin Saliman

      Justin D. Saliman, MD, located in Beverly Hills, is a Stanford sports medicine trained orthopaedic surgeon operating out of Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.

       

      He is the founder of Ceterix® Orthopaedics and the inventor of the NovoStitch® Pro Meniscal Repair System, which was acquired by a large medical device company called Smith & Nephew in 2019.

      The device was granted FDA approval in 2012 and Dr. Saliman has been using it to preserve knee joints ever since.

       

      Nobody has more experience sewing meniscus tears
      back together than Dr. Saliman.

       

      He is specialized in joint preserving minimally invasive techniques to repair injuries to the knee to prevent arthritis and the need for joint replacement later in life.

      Dr. Saliman completed a sports medicine fellowship at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, where he cared for the San Francisco 49ers and the athletic teams at Santa Clara and Stanford Universities.

      Prior to his fellowship, he completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the prestigious St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center of Columbia University in New York City. He earned his medical degree at the University of Colorado School of Medicine outside his hometown of Denver.

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