Anatomy of the knee
The knee joint is formed by the distal femur, proximal tibia and the patella. There are ligament structures that provide stability to the bones: collateral ligaments and cruciate ligaments.
The entire surface of the knee is covered with a smooth structure called articular cartilage which allows a smooth gliding motion. Inside the knee joint there are two semicircular rings of cartilage called "menisci" that act as cushions. The synovial fluid is the lubricate that reduces joint friction.
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