Check out our client, Raleigh Orthopaedic Surgery Center's latest blog post Revision ACL Surgery: A Comprehensive Approach.

Revision ACL surgery is a critical procedure undertaken when a previous anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction has failed or complications have arisen. 

In this blog post, we’ll delve into the intricacies of revision ACL surgery and explore the comprehensive approach necessary for its success.

What is revision ACL surgery?

Revision anterior cruciate ligament surgery is a procedure performed to address a failed or compromised initial ACL reconstruction. When an ACL tear occurs, surgical reconstruction may be necessary to restore stability and function to the knee joint. 

However, in some cases, the initial ACL reconstruction may fail to achieve the desired outcome, leading to persistent symptoms such as instability, pain, and reduced function.

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Revision ACL surgery involves a meticulous surgical approach to address the factors contributing to the failure of the initial reconstruction. Surgeons must assess the integrity of existing grafts, identify any residual instability, and address any anatomical abnormalities that may have contributed to the failure of the initial surgery.

While primary ACL tears are common, accounting for approximately 200,000 cases per year in the United States alone, revision surgeries pose unique challenges. 

Patients undergoing revision ACL surgery often face a greater risk of complications and more extended recovery periods compared to primary procedures.

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