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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Functional Outcome in ACL Reconstruction Using Autograft Hamstring Tendon and Peroneus Longus Tendon: A Meta Analysis

Dwijo Purboyo, IGN Wien Aryana, Made Wahyu Dharmapradita

Abstract: INTRODUCTION: Tear of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the most common ligamentous injury of the knee. The importance of ACL in maintaining knee joint stability, so that if a ACL injury occurs, it can be followed by degenerative changes and future meniscus injuries Anterior cruciate ligament. ACL reconstruction is a common procedure in orthopedic surgery. The aim of surgery is to restore functional stability to the ACL deficient knee. The functional stability provided by the normal ACL is both in resisting anteroposterior translation as well as rotational subluxation. The aim of this study is to compare the functional outcome of ACL reconstruction using autograft Hamstring tendon and peroneus longus tendon. MATERIAL AND METHOD: We conducted an extensive database search PubMed, Embase, the Cochrane Library, and Google Scholar for literature published. The keywords used were ACL Reconstruction, Hamstring tendon, and Peroneus Longus tendon. The final result yielded a total 18 study, of which only 10 study could be used. The outcome measure used is IKDC Score. RESULT: This study Include total 544 patients who underwent ACL reconstruction surgery, with 182 patients from peroneus longus group and 362 patients from Hamstring group. The follow up time was variably from 6 months to 15 years. There is 1 study that not mentioned about the sex of participants, from 9 studies the patients predominantly male with 309 patients and Female with 197 patients. The mean age of the participant is 24, 87 years. A Subgroup analysis was performed to test whether the group modified has a better functional outcome of IKDC Score (p

Keywords: ACL, reconstruction, IKDC, Hamstring, Peroneus, functional outcome



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