Arthroscopic Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction is common surgery in orthopaedics. Hamstring graft is commonly used with excellent results. Aim of our study was to review functional outcome of patient who had undergone ACL reconstruction using Hamstring autograft.
Material and method: A prospective study was done and patient included in the study on the basis of inclusion and exclusion criteria. Arthroscopic ACL reconstruction done with autogenous hamstring graft. At final follow-up functional assessment was done according to Lysholm and Tegner Knee Scoring system.
Result: Total 20 patient included in the study, with age range of 20-56 years. There were 17 male and 3 female. Road traffic accident was most common mode of injury in our study. Lysholme and Tegner Knee Score were excellent in 15 and good in 5.
Conclusion: Arthroscopic ACL reconstruction with autogenous hamstring graft give high success rate in terms of functional recovery of patients.