ACL screws can be used for anterior cruciat ligament’s reconstruction with bone-tendon-bone transplant fixation with homologous or/and autologous graft. It provides torsional stability, high fixation strength and can minimize risk of graft damage.
In ACL reconstruction, a replacement ligament (graft) is attached to tunnels drilled into the end of the femur (thigh bone) and tibia (shin bone). Often screws are used to attach the graft to the bone. Traditionally, metal screws have been used