Abstract

Combined posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) and medial collateral ligament (MCL) injuries represent a complex
pathology that requires a thorough clinical and radiographic examination to diagnose and identify all injured structures.
Anatomic reconstruction of the injured ligaments is recommended, including double-bundle PCL reconstruction and
superficial MCL augmentation. In the setting of this complex reconstruction, several technical aspects require consideration and preoperative planning, including the risk of femoral tunnel convergence on the medial aspect of the femoral
condyle. This article details our technique for combined anatomic double-bundle PCL reconstruction and superficial MCL
augmentation to avoid tunnel convergence. Level I (knee); level II (PCL).

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