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Table 1 Correlation with ACLR/ACLR + ALLR for acceleration or the ERAV a

From: Anterolateral ligament reconstruction in addition to primary double-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction for grade 3 pivot shift improves residual knee instability during surgery

  ACLR/ACLR + ALLR of acceleration ACLR/ACLR + ALLR of ERAV
R P-value R P-value
Sex -0.055 .829 -0.297 .232
Age, years -0.396 .103 -0.337 .171
Time from injury to surgery, month -0.086 .735 -0.359 .143
Medial meniscal injury without repair 0.203 .419 0.108 .671
Lateral meniscal injury -0.210 .402 -0.121 .633
Posterior tibial slope, degree
 Medial 0.146 .564 -0.033 .896
 Lateral 0.248 .321 -0.179 .478
 Side-to-side difference of ATT before operation, mm 0.302 .223 -0.118 .640
Acceleration
 ACLD/intact 0.606* .009* -0.104 .680
 ACLR/intact 0.503* .035* 0.135 .592
ERAV
 ACLD/intact 0.344 .163 0.430 .076
 ACLR/intact 0.420 .084 0.267 .282
  1. ACL anterior cruciate ligament, ALL, anterolateral ligament, ACLR/ACLR + ALLR ratio from the value after temporary fixation of the ACL graft to the value after temporary fixation of both ACL and ALL grafts, ERAV external rotational angular velocity, R correlation coefficient, ATT anterior tibial translation, ACLD/intact side-to-side ratio of injured to uninjured knees before operation, ACLR/intact side-to-side ratio of injured sides after fixation of ACL grafts to uninjured sides
  2. *Statistically significant correlations (P < .05)
  3. a Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient was used