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Anatomy of the knee (Bones Muscles Arteries Veins Nerves)

The Illustrated Guide to What's Causing Your Knee Pain: Step 5 of 5 - Specific Location of Knee Pain

What Is Causing Your Knee Pain?

The Illustrated Guide to What's Causing Your Knee Pain: Step 5 of 5 - Specific Location of Knee Pain

Distribution of the bursae (lubricating pockets) around the knee. These are normal structures, but when there is inflammation in a bursa it fills with fluid and can become hot and painful.

Distribution of the bursae (lubricating pockets) around the knee. These are normal structures, but when there is inflammation in a bursa it fills with fluid and can become hot and painful.

The lateral (outside of the knee) and medial (inside of the knee) menisci, patella, PCL, ACL, MCL, LCL and quadriceps tendon.

The lateral (outside of the knee) and medial (inside of the knee) menisci, patella, PCL, ACL, MCL, LCL and quadriceps tendon.

Knee Tendonitis Anatomy. Common areas of the knee that are afflicted with tendonitis. The quadriceps and area below the knee cap are the two most common regions.

Knee Tendonitis Anatomy. Common areas of the knee that are afflicted with tendonitis. The quadriceps and area below the knee cap are the two most common regions.

The femur, also known as the thigh bone, is the longest bone of the human skeleton located in between the hip bone and the knee. Find out more http://www.learnbones.com/leg-bones-anatomy/

The femur, also known as the thigh bone, is the longest bone of the human skeleton located in between the hip bone and the knee. Find out more http://www.learnbones.com/leg-bones-anatomy/

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