The posterior cruciate is one of the two cruciate ligaments which are important in stabilising the knee, and is situated behind the anterior cruciate ligament.

-

Cruciate Ligament Library

Library of excerpts from the medical literature about Cruciate Ligaments, with links to PubMed

Knee bones from front (bent knee)

Brief introduction to the bony anatomy of the knee, with clear illustrations.

Cruciate Ligaments

An overview of the many issues facing a patient with a cruciate ligament tear.

Early indicators of a cruciate tear

What makes you think you might have torn your cruciate?

What is complex or multiligament instability?

Multiple damaged ligaments require expert evaluation.

What are the cruciate ligaments?

Illustrated overview of the cruciate ligaments.

Pages

-

CLINICAL PUBLICATIONS

Anatomical study of the posterior cruciate ligament with the knee flexed at 90°. Cho DK, Rosa SP, Prestes GB, da Cunha LAM, de Moura MFA and Filho ES. Rev Bras Ortop. 2014 Sep-Oct; 49(5): 494–498.


See also -