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  • adj. Pertaining to, or having the form of, a meniscus.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Pertaining to, or having the form of, a meniscus.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to or having the form of a meniscus.

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Examples

  • It wouldn't surprise me if it was some kind of meniscal injury, which would require an additional arthroscopy and 6 to

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  • (They emphasize, however, that for certain uses, such as meniscal repair and ligament reconstruction, arthroscopic surgery remains a highly effective treatment.)

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  • "Although this study did not show a significant therapeutic benefit of arthroscopic debridement in this patient population, knee arthroscopy is still beneficial in many other conditions affecting the knee, such as meniscal repair and resection, and ligament reconstruction."

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  • "Although this study did not show a significant therapeutic benefit of arthroscopic debridement in this patient population, knee arthroscopy is still beneficial in many other conditions affecting the knee, such as meniscal repair and resection, and ligament reconstruction," Litchfield said.

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  • Caveat : The study sample was small and the average age of the control group was 39, about nine years younger than the average of patients with confirmed meniscal tears.

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  • An analysis of synovial fluid surrounding the knee joints of 30 patients with meniscal tears found a protein complex called fibronectin-aggrecan that wasn't present in 10 volunteers with normal, pain-free knees.

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  • Discovery of the biomarker could prevent unnecessary surgeries by helping to pinpoint patients with meniscal tears, they said.

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  • Sabathia had a meniscal tear in his right knee repaired this winter.

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  • Dr. Stone is recognized internationally as an authority on cartilage and meniscal growth, replacement, and repair.

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  • Newman, who also wasn't linked to the research, told Reuters Health that he wondered if there were more NBA players out there with slow-onset meniscal injuries that hadn't been recorded in the injury database, because they kept playing through the pain or just weren't that bothered by it.

    Reuters: Press Release

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