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The Insall intra-articular reconstruction was done in 6 knees with anterior cruciate insufficiency. All the 6 patients were young adult males who failed to respond to physiotherapy and who were disabled. Both subjectively and objectively the results have been very encouraging. The follow-up period ranged from 14 months to 48 months (average 23 months). The procedure has been found to be effective in restoring functional stability to the knee.