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Initial loads in the toe region result in non-linear increase of elongation due to successive fiber recruitment. The linear region determines maximum ligament stiffness. At these loads, all ligament fibers are recruited and no structural damage can be observed. The load-elongation curve changes to a non-linear relationship after the yield load is reached. This is due to increasing structural, non-reversible damage of ligament fibers until complete failure takes place at maximal sustained loads.
These findings emphasize the nonisometric function of the ACL and bears important implications for tensioning the respective bundles in ACL double-bundle reconstruction at different ff flexion angles. Passive knee flexion between 10° and fl 110° without application of external loads produced no or a very small strain increase of the AM and PL bundles (59). This implies that free range of motion between 0° and 110° of flexion fl should not have a damaging effect ff on a reconstructed ACL. However, if the knee is hyperextended or hyperflexed, fl a substantial surge in in situ forces between 100 and 240 N and strains up to 8% can be experienced in the ACL (60,64).
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