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14 ESSKA CONGRESS

AAOS

TOPOGRAPHY OF THE FEMORAL ATTACHMENT
OF THE POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT

     
THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE ACL AND PCLMEASURED BY LASER THREE-DIMENSIONAL SCANNING. A CADAVERIC STUDY THE CONCEPT OF ANATOMIC
ACL RECONSTRUCTION

ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT TUNNEL POSITION MEASUREMENT RELIABILITY ON THREE-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTED COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY

     

THE KNEE NOTCH WIDTH INDEX IS NOT
CORRELATED TO THE THREE-
DIMENSIONAL VOLUME OF THE NOTCH

CORRELATION BETWEEN THE 2-DIMENSIONAL NOTCH WIDTH AND THE 3-DIMENSIONAL NOTCH VOLUME: A CADAVERIC STUDY

ASSESSMENT OF CORRELATION BETWEEN KNEE NOTCH WIDTH INDEX AND THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL NOTCH VOLUME

     

THE CONCEPT OF ANATOMIC ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION

FEMORAL INTERCONDYLAR NOTCH SHAPE AND DIMENSIONS IN ACL-INJURED PATIENTS

THE LOCATION OF FEMORAL AND TIBIAL TUNNELS IN
ANATOMIC DOUBLE-BUNDLE ANTERIOR CRUCIATE
LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION ANALYZED BY THREE-
DIMENSIONAL COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY MODELS

     

A BIOMECHANICAL COMPARISON OF TWO FEMORAL FIXATION TECHNIQUES FOR SINGLE-BUNDLE ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION: ANATOMIC FEMORAL TUNNEL VERSUS OVER-THETOP FIXATION

SINGLE INTRA-ARTICULAR INJECTION OF ADENO-ASSOCIATED VIRUS RESULTS IN STABLE
AND CONTROLLABLE IN VIVO TRANSGENE EXPRESSION IN NORMAL RAT KNEES

CONTRIBUTION OF THE MENISCOFEMORAL LIGAMENT AS A RESTRAINT TO THE POSTERIOR TIBIAL TRANSLATION IN A PORCINE KNEE

     
 

USE OF TRANSTIBIAL AIMER VIA THE ACCESSORY ANTEROMEDIAL PORTAL TO IDENTIFY THE CENTER OF THE ACL FOOTPRINT

COMPARISON OF IN SITU FORCES AND KNEE KINEMATICS IN ANTEROMEDIAL AND HIGH ANTEROMEDIAL BUNDLE AUGMENTATION FOR PARTIALLY RUPTURED ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT