What Can We Learn from Large ACLR Registries?

Experts explore outcomes and other registry data from the United States and Scandinavia

Jennie McKee

“The value of using large anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) registries to evaluate patient outcomes, graft function and survivorship, and complications is increasingly being recognized,” said Scott A. Rodeo, MD, moderator of a symposium on large domestic and international ACLR registries held at the 2014 AAOS Annual Meeting.

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