Prognostic factors in management strategies of ACL ruptures

What management strategies result in optimal long-term outcomes?

The topic of ACL injury management has amassed a lot of research interest over the last number of years. Unfortunately, due to the complexity of ACL injury and the concomitant pathologies associated, progress in determining guidelines in management continues to fall short of best practice. The current study aimed to identify prognostic factors over 5-year outcomes, best suited to aid the decision making process for the management of acute ACL ruptures.

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