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02-10-2004, 11:12 PM
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Originally Posted by coconut
From my clinical experience, the role of the ACL (ou ligament croisé antérieur en français) is to limit rotation and forward motion of the tibia. That's why we shake the knee back and forth (signe du tiroir) to see if there's a tear of the ACL.
are they sure it a ACL injury? are they sure its the knee at all?

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