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DATE

2012

AUTHORS

C. J. Griffith , C. A. Wijdicks , R. F. LaPrade

ABSTRACT

The anatomy of the posterolateral corner of the knee has been noted to be very complex with 32 individual structures in addition to 3 separate bones that articulate on the lateral side of the knee (1). Evolutionary changes of lateral knee structures have disposed it as a complex structure. Originally, in lower animal species, the fibula articulated directly with the femur (2–4). In higher-order mammals, the fi bula has migrated distally and created the complex interactions of the posterolateral knee (5). The most complex interactions of the posterolateral knee primarily comprise of the popliteus complex and its attachments to the fibula and lateral meniscus. It remains recognized that the arrangement of these structures is complex and has the potential to be difficult to recognize in a severely acute injury. More... »

PAGES

31-42

Book

TITLE

The Knee Joint

ISBN

978-2-287-99352-7
978-2-287-99353-4

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