S Mollaian

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Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction relies on the security of graft fixation. K-wire fixation, heavy non-absorbable sutures tied to a screw staple post or endo-button are currently used for graft fixation. Kurosaka screw fixation may cause rupture of the graft due to excessive stress at the screw-graft interface in the femoral tunnel. To avoid(More)
The shape of the femoral sulcus is an important factor in patellofemoral congruence. The aim of the present study was to investigate the femoral sulcus angle using neonatal cadavers through ultrasonographic and macroscopic observations, in order to evaluate the differences between those two methods and also in order to compare them with adult data published(More)
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