ACL reconstruction with “the original all-inside technique”
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With the improvement of knee arthroscopy during the past decades anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction has become a common procedure, with several surgical techniques described. The “original all-inside technique” for ACL reconstruction with manually drilled double half tunnels, allowing the use of one single tendon triplicated or quadruplicated and hopefully improving the quality of the contact area between graft and bone.
KeywordsAnterior cruciate ligament Operative treatment Hamstring tendons All-inside technique Graft integration Graft selection
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