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Mean survival at final follow-up defined by three mean follow-up groups. It can be observed that data at long term follow-up has a bigger interval. Thus it seems there’s a heterogeneity among these studies. Indeed it could be observed that in this group articles who used subjective problems such as pain tend to report a lower mean survival rate. Furthermore studies with a follow-up of more than 20 years are depicted in the two outliers. This indicates that more research has to be done to evaluate the lifetime of a meniscal allograft using more uniform failure criteria.

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