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QUOTED. 17 May 2019. Alexander Weber.

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Alexander Weber, assistant professor of Sports Medicine in the USC Department of Orthopedic Surgery, told Medtech Insight that suture anchors have benefitted from technological advancements. Check out his comment here.

"The companies are becoming smarter about ways in which you can tension the tissue after you pass the sutures and are ready to place the anchor. That's an area of advancement in technology." – Alexander Weber, assistant professor of Sports Medicine, USC Department of Orthopedic Surgery

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