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Clinical trial evidence shows that ACI can improve the symptoms of articular cartilage defects of the knee. There is evidence that it is likely to be more successful in people who haven’t had any previous knee repair surgery, and in people who have very little osteoarthritic damage in the knee. But, it is unclear how well ACI works in the long term compared with microfracture, the most commonly used alternative treatment.

NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) Guidance on ACI

NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) Guidance on ACI

06/10/2017