Document Type : Research Article
The normal kinematics of the knee are disrupted by anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, which also increase the risk of secondary injuries such meniscal tears and osteoarthritis of the knee. The most frequent and well-liked procedure to regain knee stability is surgery. ACL reconstruction involves the use of numerous graft types and graft anchoring techniques. With the majority of these graft fixation techniques, arthroscopic ACL restoration surgery is quite successful in achieving knee stability.(1)(2) The development of pre- and postoperative rehabilitation programmes, as well as the various types of dependable and potent graft fixation implants established in recent years, are two elements that boost surgical success.