alexa Anterior Cruciate Ligament

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament

Meta Description: Rupture of anterior cruciate ligament within the knee is one of the more common injuries in sports that involve sudden directional changes. The athlete will be unable to return to play for approximately a year in the case of a bilateral anterior cruciate ligament tear, where the reconstruction is carried out on each knee separately.
 
Rupture of anterior cruciate ligament within the knee is one of the more common injuries in sports that involve sudden directional changes. Patients who have bilateral anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knees are occasionally seen in a sports medicine practice. A phenomenon that is well-supported by the literature is an anterior cruciate ligament injury can be observed four to six times more frequently in women than in men who had participated in the same sporting activity. The reasons this difference include hormonal, neuromuscular and anatomical factors.
 
There tends to be a significant increase in the risk for further meniscal damage and a decrease in the proprioceptive function of the knee joint without anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. The rehabilitation process involves anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction ranges between four to six months. The athlete will be unable to return to play for approximately a year in the case of a bilateral anterior cruciate ligament tear, where the reconstruction is carried out on each knee separately. Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction results in changes in lower extremity joint kinetics.
 
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