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Soft Tissue Handling in Arthroscopic Surgery

  • Didier Guignand
Chapter

Abstract

Even the best suture and knot combination would fail if the soft tissues are not handled properly. In this chapter, some basic manipulations to provide a tension-free soft tissue approximation will be discussed.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Lyon Ortho ClinicLyonFrance

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