Bone shape in ACL injured knee joint changes rapidly after injury
The shape of the bones in an ACL-injured knee joint undergo rapid change measured as an increase of bone area during the first 2 years after an ACL tear, according to study results presented at the Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting.
“In order to develop interventions, we need to identify those with osteoarthritis (OA) as early as possible,” Richard Frobell, PhD, of Lund University in Sweden, stated in a press release.
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