Cyclops Lesion

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Cyclops Lesion

Cyclops Lesion
Cyclops Lesion

 

 

The Cyclops Lesion, also known as localised anterior arthrofibrosis, is a painful anterior knee mass that arise as a complication of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction.

Patient’s present with pain during extension of the affected knee, with an eventual audible and palpable “clunk”, occurring typically 8 to 32 weeks (16 weeks on average) after ACL repair

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