New ligament discovered in the knee?

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  1. Thriller

    Thriller Rookie

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    It seems to me that knees are a hot topic of discussion on this forum, so readers may be interested in this article:



    I find it fascinating that we can send people into space but still don't have a complete understanding of human anatomy!

    The important thing is that this new knowledge may improve knee surgery and help more patients to gain a full recovery. If this ligament turns out to be a hidden factor in chronic knee complaints, it maybe a good candidate for PRP.

    Anything that can help to keep knees in tip-top condition for longer has got to be a good thing for all, but especially sports fans. Too many players have had to retire early due to knee conditions.

    Hopefully this will soon be a thing of the past.
     
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  2. vive le beau jeu !

    vive le beau jeu ! G.O.A.T.

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    good news for #rafa%team@golden$bull... free reload for the excuse machine.
     
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  3. The Dark Knight

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    No excuse needed we won The FO and the USO and now have 13 slams looking for 14 in January......scared?
     
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  5. dudeski

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    You haven't won anything other than an award for the most improved troll of the year maybe. Nadal doesn't care any of you even exist.
     
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  6. Posture Guy

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    "we won".

    Wow.

    Some people take their fandom WAY too seriously.

    Re the knee thing, I read that earlier this week and forwarded it to our organization. Fascinating to me that this had not been detected in prior cadaver studies. How it was missed I'll never know.
     
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