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Cyclops Lesion of Non-Operated Knees — A Case Report

Author(s): Atef Ibrahim Awad, Ibrahim el sebaei, Khalid Ayed

Cyclops lesions had been commonly reported after anterior cruciate ligament reconstructive surgeries due to many causes, mostly ACL graft tear or impingements, but the incidence of development of such lesions in non-operated knees of the native ACL, is not clearly described in the literature, this case study presents a Cyclops lesion after partial tear of anterior cruciate ligament in non-operated knee, causing loss of full knee extension with giving way.

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