Imaging of menisci
and ligaments were performed in all three standard planes (sagittal, coronal and axial).
Studies on the chemical composition of the menisci
of the knee joint with special reference to the horizontal cleavage lesion.
Traumatic meniscal lesion is most commonly a break at one of the two menisci
(medial and lateral), which can be complete rupture or not, with:
Discoid lateral meniscus is thicker and discoid shaped and covers greater area of the tibial plateau than normal menisci
The average age of patients with intact menisci
are two crescent--shaped pieces of fibrocartilage, which act to increase the congruency of the hnee joint by deepening the articular cup of the tibia, and increasing stabilisation of the femoral condyles.
Although conventional radiography and computed tomography (CT) are frequently used for detection of osseous injuries of the knee, MRI with its much better soft tissue contrast remains the main imaging modality of excellence for accurately depicting abnormalities of articular cartilage and soft tissue injuries of tendons, ligaments, and the menisci
Load-bearing mode of the knee joint: physical behavior of the knee joint with or without menisci
At the time of the surgery the patient was informed that the tears in the menisci
were not addressed and would be corrected at a later date.
However, the morphometric parameters related to the fetal menisci
are scarce in available literature.
Filling of the Drainage Tubing: Evolution and Locations of the Fluid Menisci
are present in the knees and the acromioclavicular, sternoclavicular, and temporomandibular joints.