Sarah G. Raybin

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BACKGROUND The use of allografts for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction in young athletes is controversial. No long-term results have been published comparing tibialis posterior allografts to hamstring autografts. PURPOSE To evaluate the long-term results of primary ACL reconstruction using either an allograft or autograft. STUDY DESIGN(More)
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