Author(s): Biedert RM, SanchisAlfonso V, Biedert RM, SanchisAlfonso V, Biedert RM, SanchisAlfonso V, Biedert RM, SanchisAlfonso V
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Abstract The anterior part of the knee consists mainly of structures belonging to the patellofemoral joint, which includes a variety of tissues, such as cartilage, subchondral bone, synovial plicae, infrapatellar fat pad, retinacula, capsule, and tendons. Each of these structures, alone or in combination, can be a source of anterior knee pain. Unphysiologic load or changed metabolic activities can lead to structural failure with loss of homeostatic conditions.
This article was published in Clin Sports Med
and referenced in Journal of Leukemia