In patella infera the kneecap (patella) rides too low down the femur (thighbone).

Synonyms: 
Patella baja
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eBook - Arthrofibrosis and Patella Baja

This ebook explains how an abnormally low kneecap result from the inflammatory condition of arthrofibrosis

Imaging and X-rays for patellofemoral pain

Part 6 of a course on Patellofemoral Pain by Dr Ronald Grelsamer of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

Differential diagnosis of patellofemoral pain

Part 3 of a course on Patellofemoral Pain by Dr Ronald Grelsamer of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

Dr Peter Millett discusses why knee surgeons need to be aware that arthrofibrotic scarring can occur in this area because of the position of their arthroscopic portals (cuts).

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An abnormally low kneecap - patella baja or patella infera - may be the result of an inflammatory process called arthrofibrosis. This eBook explains the mechanism.

arthrofibrosis and patella baja