ACL is an abbreviation for 'anterior cruciate ligament'.

The anterior cruciate ligament is one of the two large ligaments right inside the knee joint, which are both important for knee stability.

Synonyms: 
anterior cruciate ligament
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An abstract of a study by Dr Raju Vaishya on how some simple tests may identify some athletes at risk of an ACL tear.

There is a lot of interest at present in the high and growing incidence of ACL injuries in females, and this paper explores some of the work to identify the reason for this.

The Sherman System classifies the site of the ACL ligament tear for documentation purposes.

ACL Repair in Children

With an increasing number of children injuring their cruciate ligaments via sport, this book is very relevant to the parent.

Cruciate Ligaments

An overview of the many issues facing a patient with a cruciate ligament tear.

A publication highlighting the factors affecting injury of the ACL and ACL rehabilitation.

Image of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Practical Surgical Guide

This is a clinical text written by experts for experts, and has over 500 pages of well-indexed detail and is richly illustrated in colour. It is not a beginner's book.

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ACL Repair in Children - ebook