Total meniscus replacement
This article was originally published in Start Up
Orthonika Ltd., a spin-out from Imperial College London, is developing TMR, which it describes as the first total knee meniscus replacement. The start-up's implant is based on a proprietary polymer substrate that mimics the structure and function of the healthy meniscus, and the attachment mechanisms to the bone.
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