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Rui Claro and Hélder Fonte

. Concomitant procedures Margin convergence or side-by-side repair is another commonly performed procedure, concomitant with SCR ( 32 ). This procedure involves repairing the posterior margin convergence only (remnant of infraspinatus or teres minor) or

Alberto Grassi, Nicola Pizza, Gian Andrea Lucidi, Luca Macchiarola, Massimiliano Mosca, and Stefano Zaffagnini

popliteus tendon, the anterior popliteomeniscal fascicle (A-PMF) is tensioned and appreciated connecting obliquely the lateral margin of the meniscal body and the more lateral portion of the popliteus tendon (d). After sectioning the A-PMF (black dotted line

Francisco Figueroa, David Figueroa, Sven Putnis, Rodrigo Guiloff, Patricio Caro, and João Espregueira-Mendes

aspect of the fibula head, 8.2 mm posterior to the anterior margin and 28.4 mm distal to the apex of the fibular styloid process. 6 The FCL acts as the primary varus stabilizer of the knee, 7 , 10 – 12 while also providing restraint to tibial

Andrea Ferrera and Jacques Menetrey

. Dejour et al. and Walker et al. ( 22 ) described an osteotomy technique above the ATT, starting from the superior margin of patellar tendon and securing the osteotomy site with two staples. This technique should not be performed in a patient with

Alexandre Lädermann, Stephen S. Burkhart, Pierre Hoffmeyer, Lionel Neyton, Philippe Collin, Evan Yates, and Patrick J. Denard

plane and typically require margin convergence to achieve complete repair. Finally, massive contracted tears have also been described. These tears have limited medial-to-lateral and anterior-to-posterior mobility and typically require advanced