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Arthrofibrosis following Knee Replacement

                  Arthrofibrosis of the knee can follow knee replacement (total or even partial knee replacement), arthroscopic knee surgeries like cruciate ligament reconstruction or meniscal surgery, open knee surgeries, and soft tissue injuries or fractures in and around the knee. This site provides detailed information about “Arthrofibrosis Following Knee Replacement” based on the current scientific medical literature.

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