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Fig. 4 | Journal of Experimental Orthopaedics

Fig. 4

From: Biomechanical cadaveric comparison of patellar ligament suture protected by a steel cable versus a synthetic cable

Fig. 4

« Cheese-wiring » effect of the steel frame at the level of the patella: 1: Orifice of the initial tunnel; 2: direction of the bone rail; 3: Orifice of the tunnel after “cheese-wiring” effect. A bone rail at both the patellar and the tibial levels was visible in the metal frame group and caused relaxation of the frame when returning to knee extension and therefore a loss of protection of ligament suture

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