Knee laxity measurements after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, using either bone–patellar–tendon–bone or hamstring tendon autografts, with special emphasis on comparison over time

@article{Ahldn2009KneeLM,
  title={Knee laxity measurements after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, using either bone–patellar–tendon–bone or hamstring tendon autografts, with special emphasis on comparison over time},
  author={Mattias Ahld{\'e}n and J{\"u}ri Toomas Kartus and Lars Erik Ejerhed and J. -E Karlsson and N Sernert},
  journal={Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy},
  year={2009},
  volume={17},
  pages={1117-1124}
}
The aims of the study were to analyse the change in knee laxity over time after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction, using either bone–patellar–tendon–bone (BPTB) or hamstring (HS) tendon autografts, and to compare the knee laxity measurements between the study groups both pre-operatively and on multiple follow-up occasions. Another aim was to compare the radiographic findings in terms of degenerative changes between the study groups. A randomised series of 71 patients, who… CONTINUE READING
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