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ACE Report #4965
Ace Report Cover Sports Medicine

ISAKOS: Similar clinical outcomes using AMP and TT techniques in ACL reconstruction

Study Type:Randomized Trial
OE Level Evidence:N/A
Journal Level of Evidence:N/A

Prospective Randomized Comparison of Transtibial versus Anteromedial Portal Drilling Techniques for Clinical Results in the Double-Bundle ACL Reconstruction

Contributing Authors: Y Takeda Y Kawasaki T Hirano K Kondo T Nakayama K Miyatake K Fujii A Naruse

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70 patients requiring double-bundle ACL reconstruction were randomized to receive treatment using either the anteromedial portal technique for femoral tunnel drilling or the transtibial technique to observe differences in clinical outcomes between the two groups. Results indicated that there was no difference in Lachman test results, pivot shift test results, side-to-side differences of KT-2000, L...

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