Six month interruption does not cause loss of arthroscopic meniscal repair skills
Learning and Retaining Simulated Arthroscopic Meniscal Repair SkillsJ Bone Joint Surg Am. 2012 Sep 5;94(17):e1321-8.
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19 orthopaedic residents with experience in routine knee arthroscopy, but none in arthroscopic meniscal repair, performed 12 meniscal repairs on a knee simulator over a 3 week period in order to gain experience. The residents were then randomized to perform either one meniscal repair every month, one meniscal repair every 3 months, or no meniscal repairs over the course of the study. 6 months afte...
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