The aim of the study is the evaluation of both clinical and radiological results in patients undergone to cruciate ligament reconstruction with concomitant cartilaginous lesion treated with or without nanofractures.
The anterior cruciate ligament lesion is one of the most common disease conditions in the orthopedic clinical practice. The mechanism of injury is due to a direct or indirect knee trauma causing both ligamentous breaking and surface articular stress, with cartilaginous lesion often associated to the lesion of the anterior cruciate ligament.
The treatment of these lesions in combination with the treatment of the anterior cruciate ligament is controversial, more controversial is to understand the indication to treatment for these lesions.
In order to clarify this aspect and provide a more reliable therapeutic indication for the treatment of the cartilaginous lesion with concomitant anterior cruciate ligament lesion we want to compare the clinical outcomes of the non-treated cartilaginous lesions against the treated cartilaginous lesions wiht nonofractures.
|Condition||Cruciate Ligament Rupture, Cartilage Injury|
|Treatment||Nanofractures, no treatment cartilaginous lesions|
|Clinical Study Identifier||NCT04184687|
|Sponsor||Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli|
|Last Modified on||15 May 2022|
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