Article Abstract

Editorial on five-strand hamstring autograft versus quadruple hamstring autograft with graft diameters 8.0 millimeters or more in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: clinical outcomes with a minimum 2-year follow-up

Authors: S. Evan Carstensen, David R. Diduch


Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) ruptures are common injuries, often requiring surgical reconstruction. While many agree the injury needs to be addressed with reconstruction, no single technique has been accepted as superior to other options. This manuscript addresses a unique albeit difficult issue to address intraoperatively.