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A sprain affects the bone, while a strain does no
The patellar tendon, just underneath the kneecap
An anterolateral ligament is a ligament located on the outside front portion of the knee.
The ligament that helps to bend your knee joint is the anterior cruciate ligament. This ligament is often torn during exercise and is the one most often damaged when running.
The cruciate ligament is found in your knee.
No. Physical therapy can help the patient cope, but ligament do not heal themselves the way muscle does.
The medical term for the initials acl is Anterior Cruciate Ligament, which is a tearing in the knee or if the knee is hit too hard by or on something, if it is stretched out too much, and from a sudden stop while running and jumping too hard.
The tibial collateral ligament provides medial support for the knee. It's also called the medial collateral ligament.
Transverse Ligament of Knee
fibular collateral ligament
ACL, PCL, lateral collateral ligament, medial collateral ligament
anterior cruciate ligament?