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Cyclops syndrome following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Can relapse occur after surgery?

Symptomatic cyclops lesions are complications that can be seen at rates of up to approximately 10% after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. However, recurrent cyclops lesions have rarely been documented. There are case rare series in the literature regarding the treatment of recurrent cyclops lesion. Future large studies are needed to investigate factors contributing to the development of cyclops lesions and syndrome and treatment options.

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