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I have pain in my left knee for 3-4 months..so i undergone mri...it shows that i have degeneration of partial tear in ACL, horizontal tear of posterior horn of medial meniscus... So i undergone arthoscopy after that ...after operation in the discharge summary it has written"medial meniscus small stable tear noted and rasping done"... what is that mean?i do know exactly and i have seen after coming to home... Whether my meniscus was removed?i am confused on that...please explain what is that rasping indicates...thank you
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No it was left intact after freshening the tear edges to enhance healing
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Its not fully removed....its partially shaved off ...no need to worry
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