Meniscal Tears in the Athlete

The active individual frequently presents to the physician with typical signs and symptoms of a meniscal tear, but occasionally they present with a number of factors which cause the decision making of the treatment to be somewhat difficult. It is important for the physician treating an athlete with a known or suspected meniscal tear to understand the structure and function of the meniscus and the factors involved in managing an athlete with nonoperative versus operative treatment.

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