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Types of Meniscus

Intrasubstance/Incomplete Tear
Intrasubstance/Incomplete Tear

Described here are six common types of meniscus tears. Intrasubstance/Incomplete Tear: An intrasubstance tear is a common finding on an MRI report. Seen in the upper left corner of the image, an intrasubstance tear typically looks normal at the time of surgery.

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Radial Tear
Radial Tear

Similar to how the type of meniscus tear can determine whether or not your tear is repairable — The various types of meniscus tears we have will determine how much the meniscus tear will bother you. In general, large unstable tears (radial tears, flap tears and bucket handle tears) tend to remain bothersome, whereas degenerative tears ...

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