Association between previous meniscal surgery and the incidence of chondral lesions at revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

Robert H. Brophy, Rick W. Wright, Tal S. David, Robert G. McCormack, Jon K. Sekiya, Steven J. Svoboda, Laura J. Huston, Amanda K. Haas, Karen Steger-May, John P. Albright, Christina R. Allen, Annunziato Amendola, Allen F. Anderson, Jack T. Andrish, Christopher C. Annunziata, Robert A. A., Bernard R. Bach, Champ L. Baker, Arthur R. Bartolozzi, Keith M. BaumgartenJeffery R. Bechler, Jeffrey H. Berg, Geoffrey Bernas, Stephen F. Brockmeier, Charles A. Bush-Joseph, J. Brad Butler, John D. Campbell, James L. Carey, James E. Carpenter, Brian J. Cole, Daniel E. Cooper, Jonathan M. Cooper, Charles L. Cox, R. Alexander Creighton, Diane L. Dahm, Thomas M. DeBerardino, Warren R. Dunn, David C. Flanigan, Robert W. Frederick, Theodore J. Ganley, Charles J. Gatt, Steven R. Gecha, James Robert Giffin, Sharon L. Hame, Jo A. Hannafin, Christopher D. Harner, Norman Lindsay Harris, Keith S. Hechtman, Elliott B. Hershman, Rudolf G. Hoellrich, Timothy M. Hosea, David C. Johnson, Timothy S. Johnson, Morgan H. Jones, Christopher C. Kaeding, Ganesh V. Kamath, Thomas E. Klootwyk, Brett A. Lantz, Bruce A. Levy, C. Benjamin Ma, G. Peter Maiers, Barton Mann, Robert G. Marx, Matthew J. Matava, Gregory M. Mathien, David R. McAllister, Eric C. McCarty, Bruce S. Miller, Carl W. Nissen, Daniel F. O'Neill, Brett D. Owens, Richard D. Parker, Mark L. Purnell, Arun J. Ramappa, Michael A. Rauh, Arthur Rettig, Kevin G. Shea, Orrin H. Sherman, James R. Slauterbeck, Matthew V. Smith, Jeffrey T. Spang, Kurt P. Spindler, Michael J. Stuart, Timothy N. Taft, Joachim J. Tenuta, Edwin M. Tingstad, Armando F. Vidal, Darius G. Viskontas, Richard A. White, James S. Williams, Michelle L. Wolcott, Brian R. Wolf, James J. York

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