The posteromedial corner is the region towards the back of the knee on the inner side.

Posteromedial corner
The semimembranosus expansion (SME) is the expansion of the semimembranosus tendon, and inserts the femur, tibia and the medial meniscus. Other structures of the posteromedial corner include the posterior oblique ligament, the medial collateral ligament and the tendon of the medial head of the gastrocnemius muscle.

 

The neglected corner

Much recent attention has been paid by radiologists and surgeons to the posterolateral corner, but the posteromedial corner is often neglected.

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An interpretation of a published medical article on the posteromedial corner of the knee.

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FORUM DISCUSSIONS

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CLINICAL PUBLICATIONS

Reefing of the Posteromedial Capsule in Anteromedial Rotatory Instability. Offerhaus C, Balke M, Arner JW, Musahl V and Höher J. Arthrosc Tech. 2018 May; 7(5): e547–e551.


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