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ACL blog

Dr Prodromos ACL Blog February 2016

Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with a novel porcine xenograft: the initial Italian experience Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and service in the British Army Long-Term Examination of Bone Mineral Density in the Calcanei After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Adolescents and Matched Adult Controls

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Dr Prodromos ACL blog September 2015

PATELLAR TENDON GRAFTS FOUND TO HAVE INCREASING INCIDENCE OF KNEELING PAIN AFTER SURGERY ALLOGRAFTS FOUND TO HAVE THREE TIMES THE FAILURE RATE OF AUTOGRAFTS

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Dr Prodromos ACL blog July 2015

Article 1 this month found mesenchymal  stem cells in the stump of torn ACLs.  This finding opens the way for possible technology to regrow ACLs in the laboratory by culturing these cells.  While this technology would be many years away at best, this finding is an important first step. Article 2 measured the levels of […]

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Dr Prodromos ACL blog March 2015

Each month there are roughly 50 – 75 new scientific journal articles in the world’s peer reviewed literature dealing with the human ACL which we collect and peruse. I will summarize the main point of those few that, in my opinion, say something genuinely new or particularly important in this monthly blog. ARTICLES

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Dr Prodromos ACL Blog February 2015

Each month there are roughly 50 – 75 new scientific journal articles in the world’s peer reviewed literature dealing with the human ACL which we collect and peruse. I will summarize the main point of those few that, in my opinion, say something genuinely new or particularly important in this monthly blog. ARTICLES

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