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Fig. 2. (A) Posteromedial view. A tibial bone tunnel was made on the medial side of the bony bed with a 2.0 mm Kirschner wire. The wire was inserted from the anterior aspect of the tibia. Arrow: posterior cruciate ligament. (B) Posteromedial view. A 0.55-mm suture wire was folded to make loops and inserted into the posteromedial compartment via the bone tunnel. Two loops were inserted. Asterisk: posterior septum. (C) Anteromedial view. The loops of suture wires were opened with forceps inserted into the posteromedial compartment through the posteromedial portal, and FiberWire (Arthrex) was passed through the loops. (D) The lateral and medial loop wires were pulled outside and the avulsion fragment was fixed with FiberWire on the tibia by providing tension using an Endobutton (Smith & Nephew) device. Arrowhead: fixation thread.
Knee Surgery & Related Research 2017;29:316~320 https://doi.org/10.5792/ksrr.16.025
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