Bone-tendon-bone ACLR has significantly lower long-term revision rate vs. repair or synthetic graft
Autologous BPTB ACL Reconstruction Results in Lower Failure Rates Than ACL Repair with and without Synthetic Augmentation at 30 Years of Follow-up: A Prospective Randomized StudyJ Bone Joint Surg Am.2019
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (ACLR) is a commonly performed surgery particularly in young active patients. Though it generally has shown promising results in the short term, long-term results are less clear, and there are concerns with regards to osteoarthritis and over-constraint. In this long-term (30-year) follow-up study, the authors randomized 150 patients to three different grou...
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