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  818 Any Differences in Outcomes of ACL Reconstruction in Acute ACL Injury Patients with or without Segond’s Fracture Jong-Keun Seon, MD, PhD
Chonnam National University Hwasun Hospital Hwasun, Jeonnam, REPUBLIC OF KOREA
819 The Anatomical Risk Factors of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury
Lei Shen
The Second Affiliated Hospital of Soochow University Suzhou, Jiangsu, CHINA
820 Clinical Outcome of Anatomic Double-Bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Remnant Tissue Preservation: Comparison with Conventional Double- Bundle Procedure Using 272 Patients
828 829 830
831 832
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A Qualitative Investigation for Symptomatic Patients After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Shozaburo Terai, MD, PhD
Sporthopaedicum Straubing Straubing, Bavaria, GERMANY
Predictive Factors for Conservative Treatment Failure When Treating Partial ACL Tears in Young Patients
Mathieu Thaunat, MD
Centre Orthopédique Santy Lyon, Rhône, FRANCE
Infrapatellar Fat Pad Affects the Anterior Knee Pain at Six Months After the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with a Hamstring Autograft
Kazu Toyooka, MD
Kanazawa University Hospital Kanazawa, Ishikawa, JAPAN
Functional Hallux Limitus: A Predisposing Factor for ACL Injuries: Biomechanics and Treatments
Jacques Vallotton, MD
Clinique Bois-Cerf Hirslanden Lausanne Lausanne, Vaud, SWITZERLAND
Less Knee Joint Awareness Following Arthroscopic Primary Repair vs. Reconstruction of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Jelle P. van der List, MD
Hospital for Special Surgery New York, NY, UNITED STATES
Revision ACL Reconstruction After Primary Anatomic Double-Bundle ACL Reconstruction: A Case Series of 40 Knees
Joon-Ho Wang, MD, PhD
Samsung Medical Center Seoul, REPUBLIC OF KOREA
The Effect of Pre-Operative Opioid Use on Outcome Scores and Post-Operative Opioid Use After ACL Reconstruction Robert W. Westermann, MD
University of Iowa Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation
Predictors of Patient Reported Outcomes at Two Years Following Revision ACL Reconstruction in the MARS Cohort Rick W. Wright, MD
Washington University
The Correlation between Mid-Substance Cross-Sectional Area of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament and the Knee Osseous Morphology
Yoshiyuki Yahagi, MD
3256 Midoricho, Tachikawa-shi Tokyo, JAPAN
Junki Shiota, MD
Hokkaido University Hospital Sapporo, Hokkaido, JAPAN
Anterior Knee Pain in ACL Reconstruction with BTB Graft–Is It a Myth?: Comparative Outcome Analysis
with Hamstring Graft in 1,250 Cases
Arumugam Sivaraman, MS(Orth), AB(IM)(USA), FRCS(Glasg)
Center for Sports Science, Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education & Research
Chennai, Tamilnadu, INDIA
823 824
Higher BMI Predicts Additional Surgery in the Setting of ACL Reconstruction
Harris S. Slone, MD
Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC, UNITED STATES
ACL Revision After ACL Reconstruction with LARS Artificial Ligament: Our Experience After 39 Revisions
Sebastian Sorger, MD
Evaluation of the Angle Between Femoral ACL Footprint’s Long Axis and Knee Bony Morphology
Makoto Suruga, MD
Nihon University School of Medicine Tokyo, JAPAN
825 Marked Increase in the Incidence of ACL Reconstructions in Young Females in the Last 16 Years (2000–2016)
Kirsty Sutherland
Department of Orthopaedics, North Shore Hospital Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
826 Anterior Tibial Subluxation with ACL Deficient Knees Influences Knee Stability After ACL Reconstruction Ryota Takase, MD
Japan Community Health Care Organization Gunma Central Hospital
Maebashi, Gunma, JAPAN
Mid-Term Results of the Ligamys Dynamic Intraligamentary Stabilization (DIS): The Belgian Experience
Thomas Tampere, MD
Ghent University Hospital Ghent, BELGIUM
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