MPFL Ligament Surgery is a surgical procedure used to repair the medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) in the knee. In this surgery, the doctor will use another tendon (from the patient or from a donor) to replace the damaged MPFL. He or she will graft this tendon, adjust its tension, and then fix it onto the proper area.
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