ACL surgery techniques using double versus single bundle ligaments provide equal stability

ACL surgery techniques using double versus single bundle ligaments provide equal stability

Surgery for a blown anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) inside the knee is becoming more and more common. New techniques to […]

Surgery for a blown anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) inside the knee is becoming more and more common. New techniques to perform the surgery are on the rise across the country.
Damaged ACLs that were replaced using a double-bundle technique during surgery were as stable as patients who received the single-bundle technique, according to a study presented at a conference.

In double-bundle, the new ligament has two parts whereas the single bundle just has one.

Source: Daily Rx

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