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Case Report

Bicruciate Ligament Reconstruction in a Professional Rugby Player: Clinical Presentation and Literature Review

Table 2

Review of the literature.

AuthorsYear AthletesAge (years)SexSportLevel of sportSurgical techniqueFollow-upReturn-to-sportLevel of return-to-sport

Sisto and Warren [5]198513/1937.7NRBaseball 1
NR 12
Professional 1
Competitive 12
Open
(one stage)
24 m8/13
(61.5%)
Same 8/8

Noyes and Barber-Westin [6]19978/1117–4210 M
1 F
Jumping 4
Running 2
Swimming 2
NRArthroscopy
(one stage)
2.5–9 y7/8
(87.5%)
Increased 1/7
Same 2/7
Decreased 4/7

Wascher et al. [7]199911/1327.5
(14–51)
NRNRNROpen 11
Arthroscopy 2
(one stage)
38.4 m
(24–54)
10/11
(90.9%)
Same 6/10
Decreased 4/10

Xie et al. [8]200710/1034
(25–51)
8 M
2 F
NRNRArthroscopy
(one stage)
18 m
(12–30)
10/10
(100%)
Same 8/10
Decreased 2/10

Zhao et al. [9]20082/2127
(18–56)
15 M
6 F
NRNRArthroscopy
(one stage)
24 m2/2
(100%)
Same 2/2

Shi et al. [10]20084/1524
(17–44)
11 M
4 F
Judo 1
Wrestling 1
NR 2
Professional 1
Collegiate 2
Recreational 1
Arthroscopy
(one stage)
38 m
(36–40)
2/4
(50%)
Same 2/2

Hirschmann et al. [11]201024/2424
(14–32)
24 MSoccer 16
Skiing 4
Fencing 2
Basketball 1
Handball 1
Competitive
(national/international) 24
Open
(one stage)
8 y
(1–23)
19/24
(79.2%)
Same 8/19

Cartwright-Terry et al. [12]201422/2534
(23–50)
22 M
3 F
NRNRArthroscopy
(one stage)
5 y23/25
(92%)
NR