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The Mini Anterior Cruciate Ligament number of anterior cruciate ligament (acl) injuries keeps rising year after year. The rise has a lot to do with the number of women and youth involved in sports. With the rise in acl injuries, so many people aretrying to identify the options available for acl reconstruction. There are a few options available to these people,one being an allograft reconstruction, and the other an autograft reconstruction. In an allograft reconstruction the surgeon uses a harvested cadaver tendon that has been frozen to maintain it freshness. The other option for a reconstruction graft is the autograft. In an autograft reconstruction the graft is taken from the patient themselves and used as the new acl. In this procedure, the tendon is harvested from the patient prior to the acl reconstruction. As both surgeries have their pros and cons, this review will identify the most up-to-date advantages and disadvantages for both allograft and autograft procedures in acl replacement.