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The general health benefits of running are well-established, yet concern exists regarding the development and progression of osteoarthritis.
We systematically review the immediate (within 20 min) and delayed (20 min–48 h) effect of running on hip and knee cartilage, as assessed using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Studies using MRI to measure change in hip or knee cartilage within 48 h pre- and post-running were identified. Risk of bias was assessed using a modified Newcastle–Ottawa Scale.
Percentage change in cartilage outcomes were estimated using random-effects meta-analysis. Certainty of evidence was evaluated with the Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation tool.