The cyclops lesion after bicruciate-retaining total knee replacement

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Mark A. Klaassen, MD, FACS; Jerry L. Aikins, BS; (2017)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Journal: Arthroplasty Today,volume 3,issue 4,pages242-246 (issn: 2352-3441, eissn: 2352-3441)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.artd.2017.06.002, pmc: PMC5712039
  • Subject: Bicruciate-retaining | Total knee arthroplasty | Cyclops lesion | Orthopedic surgery | RD701-811 | Case Report | Extension deficit
    mesheuropmc: human activities | musculoskeletal system

The cyclops lesion is a localized anterior arthrofibrosis most commonly seen following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. The lesion forms at the anterior cruciate ligament insertion creating a painful extension block between femoral intercondylar notch and tibi... View more
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