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Torn Meniscus

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The ends of the three bones in the knee (the femur, tibia and patella) are covered

with cartilage (a smooth material that covers bone ends of a joint to cushion the bone and allow the joint to move easily and without pain) that acts as a shock absorber. Between the bones of the knees are two crescent-shaped discs of connective tissue, called menisci, which also act as shock absorbers to cushion the lower part of the leg from the weight of the rest of the body. Learn more

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