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This study was performed at the Smith & Nephew laboratory in Andover, Massachusetts. The authors received no funding.
The authors report the following potential conflict of interest or source of funding: C.E.d.S.F., L.J.B.A., F.N.R., A.C.M., M.d.A.e.S.M., R.K., and R.J.A. receive support from Pró-Cirurgia Especializada (PCE). Support for travel was paid by PCE for them to act as faculty in an arthroscopic knee training course. They are consultants for PCE in Brazil.