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Lesions of knee's lateral side are less common than medial injuries. The anatomy of the lateral ligaments and the presence of additional structures (eg, fibula head) can cause diagnostic problems.… Expand
Simultaneous rupture of both the patellar tendon and the anterior cruciate ligament is a relatively rare injury. Its diagnosis can easily be missed during the initial examination. Treatment options… Expand
Background: Fatigue is an extrinsic factor adversely affecting joint proprioception and neuromuscular response, thereby increasing anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) strain and injury risk. The… Expand
Total hip replacement (THR) is one of the most successful elective operations currently being performed. However, increased implant wear in the femoral head-acetabulum articulation has been found to… Expand
To evaluate in-vivo the effectiveness of the double bundle technique for Anterior Cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction in restoring knee rotational stability under varying dynamic loading… Expand
Usual allograft sources for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction are patellar ligament, Achilles tendon, tibialis anterior, and posterior. The advantages of the use of allograft include… Expand