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Although there is a higher relative incidence of anterior cruciate ligament injuries in female than in comparable male athletes according to the literature, the majority of populations studied after reconstruction are male-dominated. We wished to determine whether a selection bias for reconstruction based on sex is warranted according to complications and outcome. Ninety-four patients 47 of each sex were matched for chronicity of injury, age, preoperative sports activity levels, articular cartilage condition, and months of followup. All had patellar tendon autogenous reconstruction and a similar program of immediate knee motion and early return to function.
The were rated with the Cincinnati Knee Rating System. At a mean of 26 months postoperatively, there were no ificant differences for complications or outcome between men and women. We concluded that the functional rehabilitation program m sexe effective, postoperative complications were few, and no scientific basis exists to use sex alone as a selection m sexe for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
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