The effects of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction on tibial rotation during pivoting after descending stairs


Recent in vitro research suggests that ACL reconstruction does not restore tibial rotation. This study investigated rotational knee joint stability in vivo during a combined descending and pivoting movement that applies a high rotational load to the knee joint. We studied 20 ACL reconstructed patients (bone–patellar tendon–bone graft) and 15 matched… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00167-003-0428-x


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