We have previously discussed knee pain, including in the last issue when we discussed the injuries to the medial side of the knee. Today we discuss the final area of the knee, the posterior knee. 

Let us first look at the anatomy of the posterior knee.

If we consider all the anatomical structures on the posterior side of the knee, we will find there are 7 muscles, 4 ligaments, 3 bones, 4 bursas, 2 mensicus, and multiple arteries, veins and nerves. There are also three surfaces of bone  li...


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