The words 'anterior horn' refer to the anterior horn of the meniscus.

The meniscus is the medical term for the 'knee cartilage - those wedge-shaped semi-circular shock absorbers which sit between the thighbone (femur) and the shinbone (tibia). The anterior horn of the meniscus is the curved bit of at the front of the meniscus. The bit at the back is called the 'posterior horn' of the meniscus.


Seven Symptoms of a Torn Knee Meniscus

eBook offering a short overview of the symptoms associated with meniscus tears.

How the meniscus is injured

Understanding the mechanism of injury of the knee-cartilage.

Meniscus from top

Another view of the 'knee cartilages'.

Meniscus from side

Overview of the anatomy of the 'knee cartilages'.