Published in Hospital Business Week, December 14th, 2008
"Poly-L-lactide acid (PLLA) bioabsorbable interference screws are becoming increasingly popular in ACL reconstruction surgery. We report a case of extra-articular extraosseous migration of a PLLA bioabsorbable femoral interference screw into the posterolateral aspect of the thigh following ACL reconstruction. Six months after initially successful revision ACL reconstruction surgery, a 17-year-old girl injured her knee...
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