Physiologic Preoperative Knee Hyperextension Is a Predictor of Failure in an Anterior Cruciate Ligament Revision Cohort: A Report From the MARS Group.

  title={Physiologic Preoperative Knee Hyperextension Is a Predictor of Failure in an Anterior Cruciate Ligament Revision Cohort: A Report From the MARS Group.},
  author={Daniel E. Cooper and Warren Reid Dunn and Laura J Huston and Amanda K. Haas and Kurt Paul Spindler and Christina R. Allen and Allen F. Anderson and Thomas M Deberardino and Brett Brick A Lantz and Barton J. Mann and Michael James Stuart and John P. Albright and Annunziato Ned Amendola and Jack Taylor Andrish and Christopher C. Annunziata and Robert A. Arciero and Bernard R. Bach and C Lynette Baker and Arthur R. Bartolozzi and Keith M. Baumgarten and Jeffery R. Bechler and Jeffrey H. Berg and Geoffrey A. Bernas and Stephen F. Brockmeier and Robert Henry Brophy and Charles A. Bush-Joseph and V JBradButler and J. Dykes Campbell and James L. Carey and James E. Carpenter and Brian J. Cole and Jonathan M. Cooper and Charles L. Cox and Robert Alexander Creighton and Diane Lynn Dahm and Tal S. David and David Clint Flanigan and Robert Wendell Frederick and Theodore J. Ganley and Elizabeth A. Garofoli and Charles J. Gatt and Steven R. Gecha and James Robert Giffin and Sharon L. Hame and Jo Ann Hannafin and Christopher Dechant Harner and Norman Lindsay Harris and Keith S. Hechtman and Elliott B. Hershman and Rudolf G. Hoellrich and Timothy M. Hosea and David C Johnson and Timothy Scott Johnson and Morgan Herancourt Jones and Christopher K{\"a}ding and G Vasudeva Kamath and Thomas E. Klootwyk and Bruce A. Levy and Chunbong Benjamin Ma and George Peter Maiers and Robert G Marx and Matthew J. Matava and Gregory M. Mathien and David R. Mcallister and E. C. Mccarty and Robert G. Mccormack and Bruce S. Miller and Carl W. Nissen and Daniel Fulham O'Neill and Brett D Owens and Richard Doyle Parker and Mark L. Purnell and Arun J. Ramappa and Michael A. Rauh and Arthur C. Rettig and Jon K. Sekiya and Kevin G. Shea and Orrin H. Sherman and James R. Slauterbeck and Matthew Vail Smith and Jeffrey T. Spang and Steven J. Svoboda and Timothy N. Taft and Joachim J. Tenuta and Edwin M. Tingstad and A. R. Figueiras Vidal and D. G. Viskontas and Richard A.S. White and James Scott Williams and Michelle Lora Wolcott and Brian R. Wolf and James J. York and Rick W. Wright},
  journal={The American journal of sports medicine},
  volume={46 12},
BACKGROUND The occurrence of physiologic knee hyperextension (HE) in the revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) population and its effect on outcomes have yet to be reported. Hypothesis/Purpose: The prevalence of knee HE in revision ACLR and its effect on 2-year outcome were studied with the hypothesis that preoperative physiologic knee HE ≥5° is a risk factor for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) graft rupture. STUDY DESIGN Cohort study; Level of evidence, 2. METHODS… CONTINUE READING
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