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From: Double bundle arthroscopic Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction with remnant preserving technique using a hamstring autograft

Figure 2

Drilling of the tibial tunnels through the longitudinal slit in the ACL remnant. The tip of the guide wire used as the first step for drilling of the PL (P) tibial tunnel appear through the longitudinal slit in the ACL remnant posteriorly, while that for the AM (A) tibial tunnel appear at the anterior end of the slit close to the posterior edge of the transverse intermeniscal ligament (red arrow). Both guide wires are passed through the longitudinal slit in the ACL remnant with the angle of insertion adjusted to be 65° without the need to use intra-operative image intensifier for tibial tunnel localization.

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