Scientific Article

The Rate of Subsequent Surgery and Predictors After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Two- and 6-Year Follow-up Results From a Multicenter Cohort

Subsequent surgeries have a profound effect on patient satisfaction and outcome after primary anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR). There have been no prospective studies to date describing the rate and predictors (surgical and patient variables) of all subsequent knee surgeries at short-term and midterm follow-up along with analyses of surgical and patient variables that are associated with subsequent surgeries.

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