Employeeâ€™s State Insurance Corporation Medical College, PGIMSR and Model Hospital, Rajajinagar, Bengaluru 560010
Prof. of Practise T N Santhosh Kumar is a Research Assistant of Neonatal Care Unit at department of Pediatrics(2013-14), Department of Anesthesia (2014-2023), Department of Orthopaedics(2015) in Employee State insurance Corporation. He had published several Scientific Papers in Indexed National and International Journals of Medicine and allied Health Specialties. He Published several articles on Role of Immunity, paediatrics and Orthopaedics in various Health conditions in Health journals.
Introduction : Arthroscopic Anterior Cruciate Ligament(ACL) reconstruction is a very commonly done procedure in recent times. There is a need for along term outcome study of ACL reconstruction with a comparison between diï¬€erent types of fixation techniques. The graft fixation methods vary from aperture fixation Interference screws] to suspensory fixation methods [Endobutton]. Failure of graft incorporation and the development of tunnel widening (TW) after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction have been frequently reported in the long term in present literature. Tunnel widening especially complicates revision ACL surgery. This is a Prospective non randomized clinical study of arthroscopic ACL reconstruction comparing the functional results between aperture fixation and suspensory fixation