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Knee Arthroscopic Surgery

Category Knee Arthroscopy

1. ACL Reconstruction

An ACL injury is a tear or sprain in the anterior cruciate ligament, one of the strong tissue bands connecting the femur to the tibia. Cruciate ligament injuries are most common in sports that involve sudden stops or changes of direction, jumping, and landing, such as soccer, basketball, and skiing.

2. PCL Reconstruction

Posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction is an operation to replace the torn posterior cruciate ligament and restore stability to the knee joint. The posterior cruciate ligament is the largest ligament in the knee, twice as thick and strong as the anterior cruciate ligament, and prevents the tibia from rolling back too far.

3. Meniscus Repair / Meniscectomy

A meniscectomy is an operation to remove all or part of the cartilage around the knee (called the meniscus). Your doctor may suggest removal of all or part of the meniscus if the meniscus is torn.

4. MCL / LCL  Reconstruction

MCL Reconstruction

Reconstructive surgery for a torn MCL is needed in elite athletes who have multiple knee ligament problems when the ligament is completely torn or the ligament is not functioning correctly. During MCL surgery, your surgeon will reattach or reconstruct the damaged tendon.

LCL Reconstruction

Collateral ligament reconstruction is a surgical procedure in which doctors remove and reconstruct a damaged LCL. Usually, they use a graft to reconstruct the LCL. Doctors often use a hamstring or thigh tendon to reconstruct your LCL. Unlike some types of knee surgery, this is open knee surgery.

5. MPFL Reconstruction

MPFL reconstruction is a surgical procedure to correct recurrent patellar luxation. In MPFL reconstruction, a tissue graft is used to restore the ligament and keep the patella in the correct position on the femur.

6. Cartilage Restoration Procedures - OATS / ACL / Microfracture

Cartilage repair (OATS, microfracture, allograft grafting) Surgical procedures to treat defects in the articular cartilage of the knee. In the OATS procedure, a portion of articular cartilage is transplanted from a non-bearing area into the defect in question.

7. Knee Preservation Surgeries - HTO and Alignment Correction

HTO Correct the alignment of both knee joints, relieve symptoms such as knee pain and stiffness and prevent possible further damage to the joints

8. Multiligamentous Knee Injuries

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