Meniscal Tears in Children and Adolescents

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Meniscal Tears in Children and Adolescents by Mind Map: Meniscal Tears in Children and Adolescents

1. Watanabe Classification

2. Meniscal repair techniques

2.1. inside-out

2.2. all-inside

2.3. outside-in

2.4. open

2.5. vertical mattress

3. Fu Classification

3.1. Longitudinal / bucket handle

3.2. Oblique

3.3. Degenerative

3.4. Radial / transverse

3.5. Horizontal / cleavage

4. Knee Arthroscopy Portals

4.1. anterolateral

4.1.1. lateral meniscus

4.2. anteromedial

4.2.1. medial meniscus

4.3. superolateral

4.3.1. strochlearcartilage

4.4. superomedial

4.4.1. patellar cartilage

4.5. posterolateral

4.5.1. common peroneal nerve

4.6. posteromedial

4.6.1. saphenous nerve

5. Discoid meniscus

5.1. Incomplete

5.1.1. Saucerization

5.2. Complete

5.3. Wrisberg Variant

5.3.1. Repair

6. Treatment Options

6.1. Debridement

6.2. Partial meniscectomy

6.3. Repair

6.4. Meniscal transplantation

6.5. Total meniscectomy

7. Structures at risk