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Abstract #1207

MRI Morphological and Quantitative Evaluation of Knee Allograft Repair at 3, 6 and 9 months Post-Op: Early Surveillance Demonstrates Nascent Physiological Incorporation of Allograft Material in Pain Free Patients

Joshua Michael Farber 1 , Saara Totterman 2 , Jose Tamez-Pena 3 , Eric Brandser 4 , Edward Schreyer 2 , and Bruce Holladay 5

1 Radiology, Qmetrics Technologies., Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, 2 Radiology, Qmetrics, Rochester, NY, United States, 3 Bio Sciences, Tec De Monterry, Monterry, Monterry, Mexico, 4 Radiology, Radiology Ass. of N KY, KY, United States, 5 Orthopaedic surgey, Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers, Edgewood, KY, United States

Allograft procedures for knee articular cartilage defect repair are becoming common, almost routine. This paper examines the appearance of successful and failed grafts to study the process of graft incorporation and to develop imaging biomarkers for successful graft incorporation.

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