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Knee joint: Intracapsular ligaments and menisci (anterior view) (English)

Knee joint: Intracapsular ligaments and menisci (anterior view) (English)

Right knee, flexed position with capsule removed. The intracapsular ligaments of the knee joint are located within the joint capsule, with the most notable being the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments (discussed in next image). The menisci are paired, crescent-shaped fibrocartilaginous structures located between the articular surfaces of tibia and femur. They are supported by several accessory ligaments which include anterior and medial meniscotibial ligaments, medial meniscofemoral and posterior meniscofemoral (depicted on posterior view) and transverse ligament of knee.
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