10-year outcomes and risk factors after ACL reconstruction

Are all commonly held beliefs about long-term outcomes supported by evidence?

In this study, consistent risk factors were identified - both modifiable and non-modifiable - that are predictive of inferior 10 year outcomes post ACL reconstruction (ACLR).

The findings further provided support against more commonly held beliefs thought to negatively effect long-term outcomes. Clinically, information gained may provide insight into prognostics after surgical intervention.

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