New Ligament in the Knee? New Ligament in the Knee?

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    Default New Ligament in the Knee?

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    I though this might be worth sharing
    http://www.kuleuven.be/english/news/...the-human-knee

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    Jordan is our anatomist. We'll ask his opinion.

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    Gee whizz, who'd have thought there was anything new in there?

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    There's probably not.

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    My knees are like that :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    There's probably not.
    Their research shows that the ligament, which was given the name anterolateral ligament (ALL), is present in 97 per cent of all human knees.
    I guess we'll wait and see if someone can replicate those numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseFarmer View Post
    Gee whizz, who'd have thought there was anything new in there?
    I'm looking for the paper now because I'm interested to see how they're distinguishing it from a few other anatomical parts and it's proposed function. Most acl injuries happen with one of Donahue's unhappy triads

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan Feigenbaum View Post
    Most acl injuries happen with one of Donahue's unhappy triads
    The Donahue triplets put the hurt on me one time but that's a story for another thread, I'm pretty sure.

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    From the BBC story here I think this is the Journal of Anatomy link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseFarmer View Post
    Gee whizz, who'd have thought there was anything new in there?
    being that it was discovered over 100 years ago, one could say there isn't anything new

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