Arthrofibrosis (AF) after anterior cruciate
ligament reconstruction (ACLR) remains a challenge. There is a
paucity of data on arthroscopic interventions for AF after
In conclusion, an arthroscopic intervention
for AF after ACLR successfully improved knee ROM and pain. Patients
who underwent either early or late surgery obtained satisfactory
motion and function, although improved PROs were observed when the
intervention occurred within 3 months of the primary procedure.