Scientific Article

Nonoperative treatment for anterior cruciate ligament injury in recreational alpine skiers

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to test whether low-grade Lachman test (i.e. Grade 0–1?) and a negative pivot shift at 6–12 weeks post-ACL rupture in recreational alpine skiers can be used to predict good function and normal knee laxity in nonoperated patients at minimum 2 years after the injury.

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