Anterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery

Cruciate ligaments are fibrous bands of tissue that join the femur and tibia together in each knee to work like a hinged joint. When this ligament is torn, it causes painful bone to bone contact, an unstable knee resulting in lameness. This can be caused by injury or due to weakening of the ligament as a result of disease. Surgery is done by passing an artificial ligament along the outside of the knee joint to stabilize the knee.

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