Knee Anatomy

The meniscus is the most common injure of the knee structures. It is the protective part of the knee. It protects the articular cartilage, too, explains Dr. Keith Hechtman, Orthopedic Surgeon with Miami Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute. With a knee prototype, the doctor describes its anatomy, how the meniscus is formed and how it works.

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