The Facts You Need to Know About a Patella Dislocation Knee Injury

Dr. Jas Chahal, MD, MSc., FRCSC, Orthopaedic Surgeon, discusses The Facts You Need to Know About a Patella Dislocation Knee Injury

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Dr. Jas Chahal, MD, MSc., FRCSC, Orthopaedic Surgeon, discusses The Facts You Need to Know About a Patella Dislocation Knee Injury
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Featuring Dr. Jas Chahal, MD, MSc., FRCSC, Orthopaedic Surgeon

Presenter: Dr. Jas Chahal, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Toronto, ON

Local Practitioners: Orthopaedic Surgeon

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Quiz: Do You Understand Articular Cartilage Damage & PRP

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1

An articular cartilage injury can heal on its own.

Explanation:

Once damaged, articular cartilage will not heal on its own.

2

Symptoms of articular cartilage injury includes pain around or under the knee cap.

Explanation:

Symptoms of articular cartilage injury includes pain around or under the knee cap, swelling, and limitations in daily function or sports. The pain may worsen when climbing stairs or straightening the knee.

3

Treatment options depend on the patient and the cartilage injury.

Explanation:

There are patient-specific treatment factors such as age, activity level, function and expectations. There are cartilage-defect specific factors such as the size of the cartilage lesion, where it’s located and whether or not it occurs in combination with other problems in the knee joint.

4

Cortisone is not a treatment option for an articular cartilage injury.

Explanation:

Treatments for articular cartilage injury of the knee includes cortisone or hyaluronic acid or platelet-rich plasma injections, bracing and physiotherapy.

5

Surgical treatments include microfracturing with a special pick.

Explanation:

Surgical treatments include microfracturing with a special pick and De novo, which uses donor cartilage to repair the knee. Orthopedic surgeons in some parts of the world perform a process called autologous chondrocyte transplantation.

This content is for informational purposes only, and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare professional with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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