The Q-angle is a measurement that gives an indication of the likelihood of excessive forces tending to pull the patella over to the outer (lateral) side.
A knee rehabilitation exercise.
A 'quadriceps lag' is present when a patient cannot fully 'actively' extend the knee (straighten the leg using muscle contraction), but it can be fully 'passively' extended by the clinician.
The quadriceps (or 'quads') muscle is the large muscle at the front of the thigh.
Same as 'quadriceps tendinopathy'.
An overuse condition, where the attachment of the quadriceps (quads) tendon to the upper pole of the patella (kneecap) becomes painful.
The quadriceps tendon is the tendon of the quadriceps muscle, just above the kneecap and into which it inserts.
Same as 'Quadriceps muscle'.
Same as 'quadriceps tendon'.
Plural of 'patella'.
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