Paper| Volume 28, ISSUE 4, P303-304, May 1997

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MRI findings in simultaneous bilateral meniscal lesions

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      This study investigates concurrent lesions of the knee that may be associated with bilateral simultaneous meniscal lesions. The MRI images of the knees of 22 patients with this condition were examined in detail. The results suggest a degenerative cause.
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