Microfracture surgery

What is Microfracture surgery?

Microfracture surgery is an articular cartilage repair surgical technique that works by creating tiny fractures in the underlying bone. The surgery is quick , minimally invasive, and can have a significantly shorter recovery time than an arthroplasty (knee replacement).

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had micro fracture surgery 6 months ago and now the back of my knee wants to knot up or catch when straighened

doctor1 MD

Probably you are suffering from medial meniscal tear posterior horn which is causing locking. Get an MRI done & send the report at...

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I have reecntly 22/11/2010 undergone microfracture surgery to my knee cartlidge (shiny surface). This was my second opperation after the first only...

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need to see you clinically & your investigations like MRI , X Rays...

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I’d like to describe the condition of my knees and ask you some questions.

The symptoms: Knee discomfort in general but mostly in the area under...

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Thanks for posting your query.
I have read the detailed description of your problem.
1. From your description, it seems that you have...

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