Ligament, Tendon, And Muscle Injuries

Information About Ligament, Tendon, And Muscle Injuries

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Knee Ligament And Cartilage Injuries

The three bones that comprise the knee joint are connected by ligaments. These ligaments hold the knee together. Please click on the following links to read about common knee ligament injuries:

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