The tibiofemoral joint is the junction of the tibia bone (shinbone) with the femur bone (thighbone).

tibiofemoral joint
The articulation of the two large bones - femur and tibia - forms the tibiofemoral joint. The joint is enclosed in a watertight capsule and protects the internal stabilising structures - cruciate ligaments and menisci.

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Tibiofemoral Cartilage Contact Differences Between Level Walking and Downhill Running. Akpinar B, Thorhauer E, Tashman S, Irrgang JI, Fu FH and Anderst WA. Orthop J Sports Med. 2019 Apr; 7(4): 2325967119836164.

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