Journal of Knee Surgery
- ISSN: 1538-8506
- Medientyp: Fachzeitschriften
- Ausgaben: 14 pro Jahr
- Sprache: Englisch
- Volume: 36
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The Journal of Knee Surgery covers a range of issues relating to the orthopaedic techniques of arthroscopy, arthroplasty, and reconstructive surgery of the knee joint. In addition to original peer-review articles, this periodical provides details on emerging surgical techniques, as well as reviews and special focus sections. Topics of interest include cruciate ligament repair and reconstruction, bone grafting, cartilage regeneration, and magnetic resonance imaging.
Published in full-color, the Journal of Knee Surgery is an indispensable source for all knee surgeons, orthopaedists, and sports medicine specialists.
Impact Factor 2021: 2.501
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