Freddie H. Fu, MD
Characterization of the insertion site anatomy in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction has recently received increased attention in the literature, coinciding with a growing interest in anatomic reconstruction. The results of a study authored by Fu, et.al. may be used as a clinical guide for surgeons to evaluate tunnel position. Such analysis may encourage standardization of surgical technique and thus lead to more accurate placement of anatomic anterior cruciate ligament bone tunnels and more accurate reporting of the results. Toward this end, the video supplement demonstrates (1) a method to quantify tibial and femoral tunnel positions and (2) the surgical technique to determine the optimal location of anatomically positioned anteromedial and posterolateral tunnels on the femur and tibia.
- Preoperative Review
- Anatomic Landmarks
- Tunnel Preparation
- Graft Placement
See the Corresponding JBJS Article:
- Brian Forsythe, Sebastian Kopf, Andrew K. Wong, Cesar A.Q. Martins, William Anderst, Scott Tashman, and Freddie H. Fu.
- The Location of Femoral and Tibial Tunnels in Anatomic Double-Bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Analyzed by Three-Dimensional Computed Tomography Models.
J. Bone Joint Surg. Am., Jun 2010; 92: 1418 – 1426 [Article]
- Total Run Time: 35:25 minutes
- Catalog Number: 5110
- VJO Publication Date: June, 2010