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Table 4 Knee donor site related morbidity description and percentages

From: Knee donor-site morbidity after mosaicplasty – a systematic review

  First author (year) Donor site morbidity Percentage of morbidity
Knee Atik et al. (2005) None 0 %
Espregueira-Mendes et al. (2012) None 0 %
Gudas et al. (2005) None 0 %
Hangody et al. (2008) Moderate and severe donor site disturbances (n = 29) 3 %
Hangody et al. (2010) Patellofemoral complaints (n = 15) 5 %
Jakob et al. (2002) Minor postoperative effusion (n = 1) 38 %
Crepitation (n = 15)
Kock et al. (2010) Retropatellar crepitus (n = 12) 92 %
Koulalis et al. (2004) Patellar chondropathy (n = 4) and joint effusion (n = 7) 39 %
Quarch et al. (2014) Discomfort on the back of the knee during stair climbing or kneeling (n = 2) 13 %
Reverte-Vinaixa et al. (2013) Osteoarthritis (n = 1) 6 %
Clavé et al. (2016) Persistent patellofemoral pain (n = 1) 4 %
Ankle Ahmad and Jones (2015) Knee stiffness or “catching and popping” (n = 6) 45 %
Moderate knee pain and swelling after prolonged standing and walking (n = 2)
Moderate to severe knee pain, swelling, and stiffness after moderate weightbearing activities (n = 1)
Al-Shaikh et al. (2002) Pain during severe exertion (n = 7) 42 %
Giving-way and knee swelling symptoms (n = 1)
Baltzer and Arnold (2005) Donor site disturbances (n = 1) 2 %
Gautier et al. (2002) Mild pain walking down stairs (n = 1) 55 %
Mild to moderate difficulty on kneeling (n = 2)
Mild difficulty on squatting and jumping (n = 2)
Mild stiffness after strenuous activity (n = 1)
Hangody et al. (2001a), (2001b) Slight to moderate pain in the patellofemoral area during strenuous physical activity (n = 6) 17 %
Kim et al. (2012) None 0 %
Lee et al. (2003) Mild soreness, mild aching, and some crepitus when flexing the knee (n = 2) 12 %
de l'Escalopier et al. (2015) Persistent knee pain (n = 6) 16 %
Reddy et al. (2007) Instability in daily activities, pain after walking a mile or more, having a slight limp, and difficulty squatting (n = 6) 54 %
Valderrabano et al. (2009) Recurrent joint swelling (n = 1) 17 %
Giving-way symptoms (n = 1)