Tendon and Ligament Injuries

ATG augmentation should be considered as an autologous method to support and strengthen the primary GT repair.
Surgical replacement of a traumatically injured CrCL restored joint stability in the short, medium, and long terms of the study.
It is important to consider potential effect-modifiers when comparing postoperative complications after CCLD surgery.
Modulation of biological factors that provoke humoral immune responses may mitigate symptoms of OA after treatment.
Suture pattern modification is positively correlated with repair site strength.
Addition of DES further increased osteogenic, angiogenic and tendon maturation protein expression.