Cartilage loss in the knee joint (gonarthrosis)

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Cartilage replacement procedure for cartilage damage (chondroplasty)
Cartilage damage in young patients can lead to early abrasion of the joint and to the development of arthritis.
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Loose bodies in the knee joint
Loose bodies in the knee joint may be bone-cartilage fragments, pieces of bone resulting from abrasion, or bodies of a congenital nature.
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Injuries of the inner and outer meniscus (meniscopathies)
The inner and outer menisci are subjected to pressure and load redistribution between the thighbone and the head of the shinbone on a daily basis.
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Correction of a congenitally dislocated knee cap (femoropatellar dysplasia)
A congenital condition known as patella lateralisata can cause kneecaps to have the tendency to not move correctly in the trochlear groove.
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