anterior cruciate ligament ( RID2781 ) New medial meniscal tear confirmed at arthroscopy. In slide 1 there is thick redundant tissue in the anterior notch with more posterior taut graft fibers. This was either some graft tissue or scar at scope and was debrided. The surgeon and I were both concerned about the femoral tunnel widening, though it is known that tunnels widen, maximally around 12 weeks (this time point) and it may not affect outcome. There is some protrusion of the anchor superfical to the tunnel aperture (CT), which made me wonder if it the graft had loosened a bit and marginally retracted out of the tunnel. The recon we described as a double bundle variant with 1 bundle in the tunnel and the other attached with an anchor. Lachman was a little loose but had an end-point, and at scope the graft was a little loose but had an end point to direct probing, so the surgeon elected to leave it be. What are your thoughts? Do your surgeons have an opinion about this? Would they have done the same?