Category: Orthopaedics

acl injury
Hip and Knee Surgery

ACL Injury

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the main stabilizers of the knee. Its function is to keep the joint in place, avoiding forward

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meniscus
Hip and Knee Surgery

Knee Meniscal Tears

The knee is the largest joint in our body. Each knee has two menisci located between the femur and the tibia. One of them is

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ligaments of the knee
Hip and Knee Surgery

Knee Ligament Injuries

Ligament distension is defined as the change in the size or shape of the ligaments, either because they are excessively stretched or contracted in a

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knee cartilage
Hip and Knee Surgery

Knee Cartilage Injuries

Joint cartilage is a highly specialized tissue that provides a dynamic interface to joints. The articular cartilage covers the articular ends of the joint bones.

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osteoarthritis
Hip and Knee Surgery

Osteoarthritis of Knee

Osteoarthritis of knee is characterized by the gradual deterioration of articular cartilage and leads to the appearance of pain with physical activity, variable inability to

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knee arthroscopy
Hip and Knee Surgery

Knee Arthroscopy

Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique that is practised to repair injuries that have occurred in the joints, by making two or three small

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kneecap injuries
Hip and Knee Surgery

Kneecap Injuries-Patella

Acute patella dislocation originates when the patella’s relationship with the femur is lost and the kneecap dislodges from its place. It is an injury that

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knee tendon
Hip and Knee Surgery

Knee Tendon Injuries

Tendinitis is the most frequent knee injury and involves inflammation of one or more of the tendons that are inserted into the joint, due to

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