Anatomic Double-Bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction With Anatomic Aimers
Graft positioning is a key issue in anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction and even more sensitive in double-bundle reconstruction, where 2 tunnels have to be drilled within the ACL footprints at both the femoral and tibial insertion sites. Specific ancillary instruments have been developed to facilitate the positioning of the 4 sockets necessary when performing anatomic double-bundle ACL reconstruction. This technical note describes the rationale and the step-by-step method Of Using the specific aimers developed for this Purpose. However. a prerequisite for successful double-bundle ACL reconstruction is a good knowledge of ACL footprint anatomy.