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Anatomic reconstruction of anterior cruciate ligament: concept, indication and its efficacy
Annals of Joint
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a dynamic structure, rich in neurovascular supply and comprised of distinct bundles, which function synergistically to facilitate normal knee kinematics in concert with bony morphology. Characterized by individual uniqueness, the ACL is inherently subject to both anatomic and morphological variations as well as physiologic aging. With an expanding knowledge of ACL structure and function, reconstructive techniques increasingly seek to restore the ACL todoi:10.21037/aoj.2018.12.11 fatcat:py33iisa2vhijjdomqvpz4krxq