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Factors correlating with patients’ satisfaction after undergoing cartilage repair surgery—data from the German Cartilage Registry (KnorpelRegister DGOU)

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Faber, Svea ; Seiferth, Nick ; Angele, Peter ; Spahn, Gunter ; Buhs, Matthias ; Zinser, Wolfgang ; Niemeyer, Philipp
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Subjective patient satisfaction is the most relevant parameter for assessing the success of treatment after orthopaedic surgery. The aim of the present study was to correlate patient-reported outcome parameters (i.e., absolute KOOS, KOOS increase) and revision-free survival with patient's satisfaction. Furthermore, the study aimed on the identification of pre-operative factors that are associated ...


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