Types of posteromedial portal

*High posteromedial portal* - placed three fingerwidth proximal to joint line useful for pcl reconstruction

*Standard posteromedial portal* - placed 1-2 fingerwidth proximal to joint line - useful for arthroscopic synovectomy

*Low posteromedial portal* - placed at the level of joint line - useful for repairing posterior horn of medial meniscus and ramp lesions

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