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The ACL-deficient knee can be repaired using an allograft reconstruction technique. Allograft reconstruction utilizes tissue (Achilles, hamstrings, or patellar tendons) obtained from a donor to reconstruct the ACL-deficient knee. The complications of allograft reconstruction include disease transmission, immune response to the implanted grafts, high failure rates, donor site complications, and infections. Read more: What Is Allograft Reconstruction of ACL-Deficient Knee? Article

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