PCL Reconstruction

PCL your way

As the anterior cruciate ligament's counterpart, the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) primarily protects against posterior translation of the tibia. When torn, the patient may require reconstruction to restore the function of the PCL. The surgeon may choose to use an autograft or allograft to reconstruct the PCL, and may fixate the graft in place with suspensory or interference devices.

CONMED's Infinity™ Knee System provides the guides, reamers, and suspensory & interference fixation options you need to complete your technique of choice. For aperture fixation, the ExoShape® Femoral and Tibial Fasteners provide non-rotational PEEK fixation.

Infinity™ Femoral Adjustable Loop Button

The world’s first1 adjustable, reversible loop button for femoral fixation

infinity femoral adjustable loop button attached to sutures

Infinity™ Modular Guide System

An all-in-one system that can accommodate multiple techniques and procedures

infinity modular guide arm

Constant Diameter Reamers

Designed for quick and efficient bone removal during arthroscopic knee procedures

two constant diameter reamers

GENESYS™ Matryx® Interference Screws

An optimal combination of biologic healing2 and mechanical integrity

tip of genesys matryx interference screw

ExoShape® Femoral Soft Tissue Fastener

Expandable Block Lock provides graft compression and aperture fixation

tip of the exoshape femoral soft tissue fastener

ExoShape® Tibial Soft Tissue Fastener

“Closed force loop” eliminates unwanted graft laxity

tip of exoshape tibial soft tissue fastener

Everything You Need for Knee

Reaming and fixation flexibility for AM or all-inside techniques

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1 Based on 2021 market analysis
2 Biologic Healing is defined by CONMED as the body’s natural healing process