Instability is not necessarily determined by knee laxity, yet passive clinical tests are included in the examination which determines the functional status of the knee. The current arthrokinematic findings and validated clinical tests support the definition of excessive sagittal plane and frontal-plane laxity; however it is unknown if these findings in a single plane predict rotary instability of the knee.

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