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No deterioration in outcomes seen at midterm follow-up after arthroscopic primary ACL repair
4 monthes ago - By Healio
DENVER - Results presented at the Arthroscopy Association of North America Annual Meeting showed patients with proximal tears and excellent tissue quality who underwent arthroscopic primary repair of the ACL did not experience deterioration at midterm follow-up. Jelle P. van der List, MD, and colleagues performed a follow-up study of 11 patients with proximal avulsion tears and excellent tissue quality treated with arthroscopic primary ACL repair. Patients underwent stability examinations and submitted patient-reported outcomes.
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