Quick Recovery and No Arthrofibrosis in Acute Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: a Prospective Trial of Early versus Delayed Reconstruction

SUMMARY Background. Anterior cruciate ligaments tears is one of the most frequent orthopaedics and sports medicine injuries in the athletically active population and timing of reconstruction represents a debated topic. The aim of the study is to compare range of motion (ROM) recovery and clinical outcomes between patients operated for acute reconstruction (maximum 2 weeks injury-surgery interval) and delayed … Continued