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I am Orthopedic and Trauma Surgeon and I will have a look at your MRI. After that I will give you advice! Just a moment, please!
You have a very good chance to do a full reconstruction with making a suture to your meniscal tear ( sorry, my english is bad. I think, the benefit will be great and the effect of a fully working meniscal tissue is very important for protecting your cartlige.
I think there is need for both things. A little part has to be removed. The other part can be recontructed. Reconstruction means more working tissue and better protection of the cartlige. But after that, you will need crutches and a splint for almost 6 weeks. After single resection there is less protection of cartlige, but crutches are needed for about one week without splinting. Reconstruction, if possible, is always the target because of better longterm results.
I would prefer the repair of meniscal tear for better longterm result and protection of cartilage. But this is no emergency. You can wait about 3 month and observe the knee. If pain comes very often, then you should decide for surgery. If not, try to train your knee muscles to have a proper jointplay! ———————————
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