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    KNEE MENISCAL HORIZONTAL CLEAVAGE TEAR
    Knee Meniscal Meniscus Degenerate Horizontal Cleavage Tear orthopaedic surgery graphics
    In the elderly, removing the torn meniscus from a joint that already has degenerative changes causes rapid advance of any existing osteo-arthritis. Women may have worse results than men, which is related to alignment of the femurs in respect to the width of the pelvis, as well as the generally slightly higher incidence of ligamentous laxity in women. Except for those with significant varus alignment, individuals do worse after a lateral menisectomy than a medial menisectomy. Total removal of the meniscus provides a more rapid onset of degenerative changes than orthopaedic surgery graphics. Furthermore, those who already have some instability or degenerative changes in the knee do worse after a menisectomy than those without degenerative changes or unstable ligaments. Hence a healthy, normal meniscus is obviously desirable. orthopaedic surgery graphics.