writing a paper? hahah, alot of that info can be found in like 10 minutes on google, on MEDICAL sites.
however, as of the surgery/recoup tiimes, i personally had an allograph (cadaver hamstring). my surgery went awesome, i was on crutches for 4 days, and i was putting weight on it the day after surgery. my surgery scars are minimal, just a couple little dots from the screw holes, and a 2 inch incision. my total recovery time to 100% was 7 months (im 8 months out now), but ive been skateboarding and shit for the past 3. the number one reason my recoup went so well, is road biking. i usually rode 100-300 miles a week over the summer, and it was awesome for building my quads back up and getting the muscle support back that is crucial after a surgery like that. my knee now feels awesome, the only issues i still have, are that my ACL is alot tighter, and i still dont have quite the flexation (i can fold my right heel up to my ass, my left, about 6-7 inches from it. also, since i tore my miniscus along with my ACL, it sometimes grinds if i flex my knee wierd. with a brace on (like for skiing), it isnt an issue.
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"After a thousand years of praying and fasting and endless incarnations, Buddha finally gets to be...a dildo." -Tanakaskier
o and afterwards, i put the condom in a harry potter book on the shelf. -freestyle_kyle