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The paper compares hamstring autograft with a "hybrid" graft of hamstrings and a small LARS ligament in ACL reconstruction patients. The paper concludes ACLR utilizing a hybrid autologous/LARS® construct facilitated accelerated rehabilitation without evidence of increased failure or early graft stretch. Additionally, there was no clinical differenc...

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