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Purpose] The purpose of this study was to histopathologically determine whether treatment of the knee joint with vibrational stimulation during the cast fixation period could prevent changes in the infrapatellar fat pad. [Participants and Methods] Fourteen, 9-week-old, male Wistar rats were divided into 3 groups based on treatment strategies: Group C, control rats reared normally (n=5); Group I, rats that were immobilized (n=5); and Group V, rats treated with vibrational stimulation duringdoi:10.1589/rika.34.759 fatcat:ve5agfropfhc3gl7qzrzhpyv2i