Abstract

A successful reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) after its injury should restore the kinematics of the intact knee, as well as reproduce the in-situ force in this ligament. While ACL reconstruction has been successful to limit anterior tibial translation under anterior loads applied to the tibia (1, 2), the same cannot be said about more complex loading conditions that include valgus and internal tibial torques.

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