The magnetic resonance aspect of a polyurethane meniscal scaffold is worse in advanced cartilage defects without deterioration of clinical outcomes after a minimum two-year follow-up

Pablo Eduardo Gelber, Alexandru Mihai Petrica, Anna Isart, Raquel Mari-Molina, Juan Carlos Monllau

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