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Fig. 4

From: Discoid lateral meniscus: importance, diagnosis, and treatment

Fig. 4

Arthroscopic view recorded during the treatment of the posterocentral shift type of complete discoid lateral meniscus (DLM) on the left knee of a 10-year old girl. The torn complete DLM was shifting to posterocentrally during knee flexion owing to a longitudinal tear of the anterior horn (a, b First, reduction was performed wherein sutures were placed using the modified outside-in technique (c, d); partial meniscectomy of DLM was then performed with reference to the midbody of the medial meniscus, followed by meniscal repair using a modified outside-in technique with five stitches (e)

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