The medial collateral ligament is a band of fibrous tissue supporting the medial (inner) aspect of the knee joint.
The medial and lateral ligament form part of the capsular structures of the knee. They are not visible from within the knee cavity.
How the surgeon assesses the collateral ligaments.
When several structures are damaged, decisions about the collateral ligament become more important.
How the collateral ligament is injured.
Overview with illustration.
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