Ligament injuries around the knee may be complex if they occur together. Diagnostic accuracy and correct decision-making is necessary to allow these (often young) patients to return to top-level sport as soon as possible. Completely torn ligaments are often reconstructed with hamstring- or kneecap tendon grafts. These operations are carried out arthroscopically (keyhole surgery). Repair of ligaments is rarely indicated. Similar to hand surgery, an integrated management team is needed for rehabilitation, in order to ensure best results.

Hips – Index

Total Hip Replacement Revision Hip Replacement Hip Pain Hip Pain in Adults Hip Pain in Children Quick Links Hips | Knees | Hands | Sports

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Knees – Index

Total Knee Replacement Knee Arthroscopy – Keyhole Surgery Knee Surgery Knee Problems in Adults Knee Problems in Children Quick Links Hips | Knees | Hands

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Sports Injuries – Index

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Trauma – Index

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Hands – Index

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Orthopaedic trauma

Yes, a fracture is the same thing as a broken bone, however, each and every fracture is as unique as the patient who sustains it.

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