Knee Anatomy

The knee joint is more than a simple hinge joint. It is designed to carry much of the force of bending such as stair climbing and rising from a seated position.
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Knee Meniscus Tear

The meniscus is an important structure of the knee, and damage to the meniscus can lead to osteoarthritis of the knee in the long term.
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Knee Cartilage Wear

Healthy cartilage is a white smooth material. It serves as a protective cushion, allowing smooth, low-friction movement of the joints as one bone end moves on the other. Cartilage tissue covers the adjacent bone surfaces of the knee.
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Knee Joint Replacement

The knee joint can become worn-out most commonly as a result of osteoarthritis but may also result from other causes such as trauma or injuries, meniscal tears and overuse.
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