ISAKOS: Normalizing knee rotational stability: anatomical vs non-anatomical ACLR methods
Rotational Stiffness of ACL Reconstructed Knees Measured by 3D- Motion Analysis. A Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Anatomic and Non-Anatomic ACL Reconstruction Techniques
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45 patients were randomized to undergo either non-anatomical (single-bundle transtibial) or anatomical (single-bundle anteromedial, or double-bundle) anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction, in order to compare which technique was most effective in returning normal knee rotational stability. Following 1 year of evaluation, no differences were discovered in sagittal and rotational knee stab...
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