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A minimally invasive surgery in which small incisions are made into the knee to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the knee. The torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament is repaired utilizing your patella (knee cap) tendon. Part of the patellar tendon is removed and small holes are drilled into the bone on each side to allow for reattachment of the tendon. An implant (metal screw or anchor) secures the tendon into place.