Multiligament knee injuries are relatively rare, but the outcomes can be disastrous if they are not identified and treated appropriately. Recent trends in the literature are showing more focus on early identification and subspecialist management as important ways to achieve the best possible outcomes for these injuries. Early identification and the appropriate treatment of associated injury patterns are the keys to improving outcomes. These injuries are usually associated with high-energy trauma, but low-energy injuries also cause these severe injuries in patients with other comorbidities, such as those with high body mass indices. Familiarity with an evidence-based approach is helpful for managing these complex injuries.

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