Understanding Articular Cartilage Problems – Removal of Damaged Cartilage – Sports Medicine Weekly | Dr. Brian J. Cole
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Published on: 27-Jun-2020

Video Presented by JRF Ortho: Articular cartilage is a firm rubbery tissue that covers the ends of bones. It provides a smooth gliding surface for joints and acts as a cushion between bones. Cartilage can break down due to overuse or injury. This can lead to pain and swelling and problems with your joint. Your treatment will depend on the size of the defect and the judgment of your surgeon.

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