Age Over 40 Does Not Affect Meniscus Repair Failure Risk at 5-Years

      Meniscal tears are commonly seen orthopedic injuries and are increasingly being treated with surgical repair. Currently, no conclusive evidence evaluates age as a factor influencing repair failure risk. The purpose of this study is to compare meniscal repair failure risk in patients over age 40 with the risk in patients under age 40.
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