Compression or distraction of the anterior cruciate injured knee

  title={Compression or distraction of the anterior cruciate injured knee},
  author={Thomas Frid{\'e}n and T. Erlandsson and Rose Z{\"a}tterstr{\"o}m and Anders Lindstrand and Ulrich Moritz},
  journal={Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy},
100 consecutive patients with a recent anterior cruciate ligament injury were examined with respect to type of sports activity that caused the injury, mechanism of injury and the occurrence of collateral ligament and meniscal lesions. There were 53 medial collateral ligament injuries, 12 medial, 35 lateral and 11 bicompartmental meniscal lesions. 59 patients were injured during contact sports, 30 in downhill skiing and 11 in other recreational activities, traffic accidents or at work. An… CONTINUE READING
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