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By Philippe Neyret, Guillaume Demey

The goal of this publication can be to meticulously describe and element the large knee surgical procedure adventure received on the Lyon institution of drugs and to give it as finished step-by-step courses for analysis, healing procedures and pre/post operative administration. situations of universal pathology, resembling knee osteoarthritis or ligament rupture could be offered in addition to different much less universal events, akin to revision surgery.

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Fig. 52 Press-fit proximal fixation Fig. 54 The lateral tenodesis is first passed under the lateral collateral ligament Fig. 53 Bony tunnel on Gerdy’s tubercle 54 Fig. 55 The inferior bundle is passed under the fascia lata Figs. A. Magnussen et al. 5 Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Surgical Technique 55 Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with a High Tibial Osteotomy Fig. 58 Lateral tenodesis fixation Fig. 59 Fascia lata suture The indication to combine a high tibial osteotomy with a reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament is prearthritis with varus alignment or associated with lateral side laxity.

5 (a–c) Implementation of the second implant b 4 Meniscal Sutures a 27 b c Fig. F. AlSaati et al. Inside-Out Technique Using Aiming Cannulas (Henning) Similar to the previous technique, surgery begins with the identification of the lesion and debridement before repair. The aiming cannula (single or double) is introduced through the appropriate portal and is directed toward the lesion (Fig. 7). Two needles with nonabsorbable sutures are a passed through the cannulas. They are retrieved through an open approach (knee flexed to 90°; medially, longitudinal incision posterior to the posterior edge of the medial collateral ligament, and laterally, posterior to the posterior edge of the lateral collateral ligament) (Fig.

5 suture. Once this is done, the insertion of the tendon on the tibia is cut. Subsequently the tendon is harvested using a closed stripper (Fig. 47). The pulling sutures are passed through the eye of the closed stripper. The tendon is maintained under tension while the stripper is progressively pushed proximally with the knee in the figure of four position. Usually an increase in resistance is felt when the myotendinous junction is reached. The graft is usually at least 5 mm in diameter or at least 18 cm of its length.

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