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Meniscus Repair System

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Meniscus helps to optimize knee joint function, because it plays a key role in load transmission, shock absorption, joint stability, lubrication, articular cartilage nutrition and neuromuscular proprioception.

Therefore, it is recommended to repair the peripheral and red/white meniscus tear. Total arthroscopy solves many limitations of traditional meniscus repair techniques.

Suture-based all-inside technology is popular because of the following advantages:

Total internal repair can be safely performed without posterior incision;

Allow vertical or horizontal mattress suture to be placed on the surface of femur or tibia of meniscus;

Reduce the operation time;

Reduced the need for the first assistant.

This can be achieved by similar healing results of varus meniscus repair technology.

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Meniscus Repair System: Understanding the Types, Procedures, and Recovery

The meniscus is a C-shaped piece of cartilage in the knee joint that provides cushioning and stability to the knee. Meniscus injuries are common, particularly among athletes and older adults. A meniscus tear can cause pain, swelling, and limited mobility, and if left untreated, it can lead to further complications. One way to treat a meniscus tear is through a meniscus repair system. In this article, we will discuss the types, procedures, and recovery associated with meniscus repair systems.

Understanding Meniscus Repair Systems

A meniscus repair system is a surgical procedure that aims to repair the torn meniscus. There are two types of meniscus repair systems:

Inside-Out Meniscus Repair

This type of meniscus repair system involves making a small incision in the skin, followed by inserting an arthroscope (a small camera) into the knee joint. The surgeon then uses a small instrument to grasp the torn meniscus and pull it out of the knee joint. The torn meniscus is then sutured together using special sutures, and the sutures are tied together outside of the knee joint.

All-Inside Meniscus Repair

This type of meniscus repair system involves using a specialized tool called a meniscal repair device to place small stitches in the torn meniscus. The stitches are then tied together inside the knee joint, without the need for an incision.

The Meniscus Repair Procedure

Before the meniscus repair procedure, the patient will be given anesthesia to numb the knee and make the procedure painless. The surgeon will then make a small incision in the skin, followed by inserting an arthroscope into the knee joint. The surgeon will then examine the tear to determine the best course of action.

For an inside-out meniscus repair, the surgeon will make an additional incision and use specialized instruments to suture the torn meniscus together. For an all-inside meniscus repair, the surgeon will use a specialized tool to place small stitches in the torn meniscus, which will then be tied together inside the knee joint.

Recovery from Meniscus Repair

Recovery from a meniscus repair system can vary depending on the severity of the tear and the type of procedure used. In general, patients will be advised to rest and limit their physical activity for several weeks after the procedure. Physical therapy may also be recommended to help patients regain strength and mobility in the knee.


Meniscus injuries can be painful and debilitating, but a meniscus repair system can help patients regain mobility and reduce pain. Understanding the different types of meniscus repair systems, as well as the procedure and recovery process, can help patients make informed decisions about their treatment options.


Q1. Can a meniscus tear heal on its own without surgery?

A1. It is possible for a meniscus tear to heal on its own, particularly for small tears. However, larger tears or tears in certain parts of the meniscus may require surgery.

Q2. How long does it take to recover from a meniscus repair system?

A2. Recovery time can vary depending on the severity of the tear and the type of procedure used. In general, patients can expect to need several weeks of rest and physical therapy to fully recover.

Q3. Is a meniscus repair system always successful?

A3. While meniscus repair systems are generally successful, there is a risk of the tear not healing properly or re-tearing in the future.


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