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Osteochondral Injuries

Meta Description: Osteochondral injuries and defects could happen or develop due to many conditions such as advanced osteoarthritis, osteochondritis dessicans, etc. These injuries may include blistering of the cartilage layers, cyst-like lesions within the bone underlying the cartilage, or fracture of the cartilage and bone layers.

 

Osteochondral injuries and defects could happen or develop due to many conditions such as advanced osteoarthritis, osteochondritis dessicans, osteochondral fractures, tumors like oneschondrosarcoma, osteosarcoma, massive trauma, gangrenous and infective ulcers, advanced osteomyelitis, chronic imbalanced weight bearing, degenerative changes, necrosis and other reasons. 
 
These injuries may include blistering of the cartilage layers, cyst-like lesions within the bone underlying the cartilage, or fracture of the cartilage and bone layers. In most cases, it is often necessary to resect and debride the diseased tissue and the resulting defect should be reconstructed. Surgical treatment and improving the healing quality of both chondral and osteochondral lesions are technically demanding. Factors associated with repair response are mainly including depth and size of the defect, patient’s age, trauma and mechanical malalignment of the joint. 
 
 
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