Ardern CL, Webster KE, Taylor NF, Feller JA, 2011, Return to sport following anterior cruciate ligament
reconstruction surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis of the state of play.
Emerging trends in anterior cruciate ligament
Graft selection for anterior cruciate ligament
reconstruction: a level I systematic review comparing failure rates and functional outcomes.
Cyclops syndrome due to a lesion of the anterior cruciate ligament
Risk of iatrogenic injury to the peroneal nerve during posterolateral femoral tunnel placement in double-bundle anterior cruciate ligament
To know the functional outcome of arthroscopic guided anterior cruciate ligament
reconstruction using Lysholm knee score and IKDC score.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament
rupture is a widely seen injury and develops due to sport and daily activities.
Closed kinetic chain alone compared to combined open and closed kinetic chain exercises for quadriceps strengthening after anterior cruciate ligament
reconstruction with respect to return to sports: a prospective matched follow-up study.
Clark R, Olsen RE, Larson BJ, Goble EM, Farrer RP 1998 Crosspin femoral xation: A new technique for hamstring anterior cruciate ligament
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Consisting of 13 chapters written by international contributors, this book provides an overview of the latest advances in the treatment of anterior cruciate ligament
Asked about the extent of Pradeep's injury, Law added: "He has some damage to his anterior cruciate ligament
Embryology, anatomy, and function of the anterior cruciate ligament
Patients are imaged supine with the knee in slight external rotation both for better visualization of the anterior cruciate ligament
(ACL) and patient comfort.
It was the first game for the Clippers since seeing Livingston go down with a horrific left knee injury Monday, in which he dislocated his left knee and kneecap and tore his anterior cruciate ligament
, posterior cruciate ligament, medial collateral ligament and lateral meniscus.
A bone bruise within the knee that occurs at the time of an anterior cruciate ligament
injury does not predispose the patient to later bone or cartilage damage, according to a study of 44 patients seen 12 years after their reconstruction operation.