What Is an Osteochondral Grafting of Articular Cartilage Injuries? Center

Osteochondral grafting is a method of treating such conditions of cartilage damage where the underlying bone is exposed. The procedure is typically performed for weight-bearing joints such as the knees, but it may be performed for other joints too. Complications include pain, swelling, bruising, bleeding, infection, an injury to the surrounding nerves and blood vessels, and graft failure. Read more: What Is an Osteochondral Grafting of Articular Cartilage Injuries? Article

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