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Radiofrequency Chondroplasty

Radiofrequency chondroplasty is a technique where heat is used to remove the unstable edges of the defect producing a smooth, stable articular cartilage surface and slow … [Read More...]


Microfracture Chondroplasty

The microfracture chondroplasty is a technique to treat full thickness cartilage defects that leads to the formation of new joint surface cartilage. The damaged area is … [Read More...]




Mosaicplasty or Osteochondral Graft Transfer System

Mosaicplasty or autologous osteochondral autograft/allograft transfer system or OATS is a single stage resurfacing procedure for focal defects of the femoral condyles, trochlea, patella, proximal and distal tibia, and talus. It may be used for both focal chondral defects as well as cases of osteochondritis dissecans. Indications of Mosaicplasty Ideal lesions are small, … [Read More...]

Articular cartilage Injury

Articular Cartilage Injury

Articular cartilage injury is common and the lesions appear as tears or pot holes in the surface of the cartilage. If the lesion is all the way through the cartilage, it is called full thickness lesion, otherwise it is a partial thickness lesion. Articular cartilage covers the ends of bones.When the surface of the cartilage is injured, it is usually not painful as … [Read More...]


Non Union of Clavicle Fracture

Non union of clavicle fracture is  a complication especially in type II distal clavicle fracture. Most of the nonunions may are asymptomatic but when symptomatic, it and can cause significant disability.  The nonunion rate has been reported to be between 0.1% and 15%. Nonunion usually describes a fracture that has not adequately healed between 6 and 9 months after … [Read More...]

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