The management of the postoperative period after knee arthroscopic surgery may be challenging because surgical trauma deeply alters the joint microenvironment, causing the release of several catabolic molecules and proinflammatory factors that might slow down functional recovery. The possibility of using hyaluronic acid (HA) to promote postoperative pain relief and expedite functional improvement seems attractive, considering its biological properties.

No Effects of Early Viscosupplementation After Arthroscopic Partial Meniscectomy: A Randomized Controlled Trial

FILARDO, GIUSEPPE;Di Matteo, Berardo;DI MARTINO, ALESSANDRO;IACONO, FRANCESCO;KON, ELIZAVETA;MARCACCI, MAURILIO
2016

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The management of the postoperative period after knee arthroscopic surgery may be challenging because surgical trauma deeply alters the joint microenvironment, causing the release of several catabolic molecules and proinflammatory factors that might slow down functional recovery. The possibility of using hyaluronic acid (HA) to promote postoperative pain relief and expedite functional improvement seems attractive, considering its biological properties.
2016
Filardo, Giuseppe; Di Matteo, Berardo; Tentoni, Francesco; Cavicchioli, Alessia; Di Martino, Alessandro; Lo Presti, Mirco; Iacono, Francesco; Kon, Elizaveta; Marcacci, Maurilio
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