The largest joint in our body is the knee joint and one of the most easily injured joints. It is made up of bone, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments.
Bones – they are 3 bones which meet at knee joint, femur (thigh bone), shine bone (tibia), and the knee cap (patella)
Cartilage– the ends of thigh bones and tibia and the back of the patella are covered with articular cartilage and it consists of a slippery substance that helps your knee to glide smoothly while bending and straighten your leg.
Meniscus– shock absorbers or the wedge-shaped meniscal cartilage which is present between the femur and tibia. The meniscus is rubbery and tough win texture which acts as a cushion and stabilizes the joint. When you speak about cartilage in the knee it is usually referring to torn meniscus.
Ligaments– All bones are connected by ligament they are about 4 main ligaments in your knee which act like strong ropes to hold the bones and keep your joint stable.
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