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Viva 64 

Viva 64
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Viva 64
Author(s):

Nev Davies

, Will Jackson

, Andrew Price

, Jonathan Rees

, and Chris Lavy

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199647095.003.0064
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date: 13 August 2020

Viva 64 shows a 25-year-old football player who sustained a twisting injury to his left knee. He has already had an arthroscopy at ‘St Elsewhere’ and brings intra-operative pictures. What does his arthroscopy picture show? What is important in the initial assessment of this patient? The patient now has recurrent instability and has been unable to return to sport. The examination confirms an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury and he has a full ROM. What are the management options now? Upon decision to reconstruct the ACL, what graft would be used?

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