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Ligamentos meniscocapsulares. Ligamentos intermeniscais. Ligamentos meniscofemorais. Correlation between type of discoid lateral menisci and tear pattern. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. Discoid lateral meniscus and the frequency of meniscal tears.
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Menisco discoide laterale apparentemente integro: contributo casistico
There is a higher prevalence in Asians without any gender predilection 7. Lateral discoid meniscus is far more common than medial discoid meniscus, with the latter being rare. Although frequently asymptomatic, discoid menisci are prone to cystic degeneration with subsequent tear. Clinical presentation may, therefore, be either incidental or with pain, locking or a 'clunk'. Discoid menisci have decreased collagen fibers and loss of normal collagen orientation, which predisposes them to intrameniscal mucoid degeneration 7. Classification is based on the degree of peripheral attachments to the tibial plateau, and the shape of the meniscus itself:. Radiographs may well suggest the diagnosis with the widening of the lateral joint space and cupping of the lateral tibial plateau, which is normally flat or even slightly convex.
Ligamentos meniscocapsulares. Ligamentos intermeniscais. Ligamentos meniscofemorais. Correlation between type of discoid lateral menisci and tear pattern.