There are two cruciate ligaments in the knee, and they serve to stabilise the amount that the femur and tibia bones can slide forwards or backwards in relation to one another.
An 'interpretation' of a 2009 paper looking at the factors that increase the likelihood of developing osteoarthritis after cruciate ligament injury.
There are important issues relating to the timing of cruciate ligament surgery.
Tests of the integrity of the PCL.
Assessing your symptoms after the first week.
Part 8 of a course by Lesley Hall on cruciate ligament rehabilitation.
Part 3 of a course by Lesley Hall on cruciate ligament rehabilitation.
An 'interpretation' of a medical article from 2001 detailing the various causes of diminished range of motion in the knee after ligament injuries.
Same as the 'Galeazzi procedure'.
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