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Figure 6 | Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, Rehabilitation, Therapy & Technology

Figure 6

From: A modified Larson’s method of posterolateral corner reconstruction of the knee reproducing the physiological tensioning pattern of the lateral collateral and popliteofibular ligaments

Figure 6

The reconstructed PFL and LCL cross over each other (A). Postoperative radiography shows hardware to be used for securing ACL, LCL, and PFL (B). When either ACL or PCL is reconstructed simultaneously, particularly with a double-bundle technique, great care should be taken with positioning of each bone tunnel to avoid overlap of these tunnels.

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