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Anatomy of the anterolateral ligament of the knee.
Claes S, et al. J Anat 2013. PMID 23906341 Free PMC article.
In all but one of 41 cadaveric knees (97%), the ALL was found as a well-defined ligamentous structure, clearly distinguishable from the anterolateral joint capsule. ...The ALL was found to be a distinct ligamentous structure at the anterolateral aspect of the human knee with consistent origin and insertion site features. ...
In all but one of 41 cadaveric knees (97%), the ALL was found as a well-defined ligamentous structure, clearly distinguishable from the ante …
The infrapatellar fat pad and the synovial membrane: an anatomo-functional unit
Macchi V, et al. J Anat 2018 - Review. PMID 29761471 Free PMC article.
The purpose of this descriptive review is to summarize the most recent published evidence on the anatomic, physiologic and biomechanical inter-relationship between the infrapatellar fat pad and the knee synovial membrane. ...In fact, considering evidence of macroscopic and microscopic anatomy, the infrapatellar fat pad is the site of insertion of the infrapatellar and medial synovial plicae. ...
The purpose of this descriptive review is to summarize the most recent published evidence on the anatomic, physiologic and biomechanical int …
Neural and vascular anatomy of the menisci of the human knee.
Gray JC. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 1999 - Review. PMID 10100118
OBJECTIVES: To review the general anatomy, vascular anatomy, healing potential, neural anatomy, and sensory functions of the menisci of the human knee. ...CONCLUSIONS: The menisci of the human knee are an important source of proprioceptive information regarding the position, direction, velocity, and acceleration and deceleration of the knee. ...
OBJECTIVES: To review the general anatomy, vascular anatomy, healing potential, neural anatomy, and sensory functions o …
Kinematic and dynamic analysis of an anatomically based knee joint.
Lee KM and Guo J. J Biomech 2010. PMID 20189182
The anatomically based knee model relaxes several commonly made assumptions that approximate a human knee as engineering pin-joint in exoskeleton design. ...Two different knee-joint kinetic models (pin-joint approximation and anatomically based model) are compared against a condition with no exoskeleton. ...
The anatomically based knee model relaxes several commonly made assumptions that approximate a human knee as engineering pin- …
Pitfalls and pearls in MRI of the knee.
Mohankumar R, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 2014 - Review. PMID 25148154
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this article is to review the common pitfalls in MRI of the knee and pearls on how to avoid them. CONCLUSION: MRI of the knee is highly accurate in evaluation of internal derangements of the knee. However, a variety of potential pitfalls in interpretation of abnormalities related to the knee have been identified, particularly in evaluation of the menisci, ligaments, and articular cartilage....
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this article is to review the common pitfalls in MRI of the knee and pearls on how to avoid them. CONCLUSIO …
Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment of the Posterior Medial Meniscus Anatomy: Defining Meniscal Ramp Lesions.
DePhillipo NN, et al. Am J Sports Med 2019. PMID 30525875
PURPOSE: To quantitatively and qualitatively describe the PHMM and posteromedial capsule anatomy pertaining to the location of a meniscal ramp lesion with reference to surgically relevant landmarks. ...CONCLUSION: The anatomy of the area where a medial meniscal ramp tear occurs revealed that the 2 posterior meniscal attachments merged at a common attachment on the PHMM. ...
PURPOSE: To quantitatively and qualitatively describe the PHMM and posteromedial capsule anatomy pertaining to the location of a meni …
Anatomical variation in the anterolateral ligament of the knee and a new dissection technique for embalmed cadaveric specimens.
Parker M and Smith HF. Anat Sci Int 2018. PMID 27990614
Claes et al. recently documented and described the anterolateral ligament (ALL) of the knee, demonstrating its existence in 97% of their samples. Here, we further examined the anatomy of this ligament, documented its morphological variation, and assessed the feasibility of its dissection in preserved cadaveric specimens. ...
Claes et al. recently documented and described the anterolateral ligament (ALL) of the knee, demonstrating its existence in 97% of th …
Anatomy of the Anterolateral Ligament of the Knee: A Systematic Review.
Ariel de Lima D, et al. Arthroscopy 2019. PMID 30612770
PURPOSE: To conduct a systematic literature review to search for studies on the anatomy of the anterolateral ligament (ALL) of the knee, presenting the most accepted findings, as well as the evolution of anatomic information on this structure. ...CONCLUSIONS: The ALL is a distinct structure in the anterolateral portion of the knee. It exhibits typical ligament characteristics and can be visualized on imaging examinations, especially MRI. ...
PURPOSE: To conduct a systematic literature review to search for studies on the anatomy of the anterolateral ligament (ALL) of the …
Procedure-oriented sectional anatomy of the knee.
Chiou-Tan F, et al. J Comput Assist Tomogr 2014 - Review. PMID 24625605
This is the fifth in a series of articles related to procedure-oriented joint anatomy. This article reviews the anatomy of the knee and its relationship to procedures in the clinical setting with or without ultrasound/electromyographic guidance. Anatomically correct axial schematics allow injections to be envisioned relative to clinically important anatomy for common knee procedures. ...
This is the fifth in a series of articles related to procedure-oriented joint anatomy. This article reviews the anatomy
Anatomy and MR imaging appearances of synovial plicae of the knee.
García-Valtuille R, et al. Radiographics 2002 - Review. PMID 12110709
Synovial plicae are normal anatomic structures of the knee that sometimes become symptomatic. Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and MR arthrography are useful tools in the evaluation of synovial plicae and allow differentiation of these entities from other causes of knee pain. At MR imaging, synovial plicae appear as bands of low signal intensity within the high-signal-intensity joint fluid. Gradient-echo T2-weighted and fat-suppressed T2-weighted or proton density-weighted MR images are optimal for the evaluation of plicae. ...
Synovial plicae are normal anatomic structures of the knee that sometimes become symptomatic. Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and MR …
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