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Adam Hall suffers another knee injury.
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What a shame. I feel badly for him. Is it the same knee?
What a bummer. This guy is going to be great if he can manage to avoid injuries.
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this is an enormous blow to the secondary. he was their leader and best player. brutal!
Same knee, nice and clean with no collateral damage like the first one. Either cadaver or baboon ligament for Adam this time. Adam graduates in December and will have 2 years left to play two after missing back to back seasons.
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Some orthopods are using the Achilles tendons harvested from cadavers and after rehab the Achilles tendon has the same tendencies as the original tissue of the acl.
How much of this can be related to Adam playing at OSU and hurting his knee instead of fully rehabbing like the others?
You can never know nukengr.
Six months is the time given by most for rehabbing an acl tear. Obviously he was cleared to play, and I can't remember when he injured it the first time.
There is some controversy as to what kind of tissue to use, and I don't know if it was publicized as to how the surgery was performed the first time. The standard used to be harvesting your own tissue, either from the patella tendon or muscle from the hamstring.
Some still don't like using tissue from other sources because of the potential for infection.
Best wishes for a full recovery. We have some good orthopods in Tucson.
Bummer, one of my favorite hitters on the team. This sucks, the kid can't catch a break.
Time to nut up or shut up
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