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Meniscal allografting: The three-tunnel technique

Stone K.R., A.W. Walgenbach. 2003.

"Meniscal allografting: the three-tunnel technique." Arthroscopy19 (4): 426-30.

This technical note describes an improved arthroscopic technique of meniscal transplantation that simplifies the surgical procedure and secures the allograft to the tibia at 3 sites. The technique is useful for both medial and lateral meniscal transplantation and has been used in our clinic for over 60 meniscal transplantation procedures.

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