There are four main knee joint ligaments the lateral collateral ligament lcl medial collateral ligament mcl anterior cruciate ligament acl and the posterior cruciate ligament pcl collectively their main function is to restrain knee movement in order to provide joint stability 1 . The cruciates are the most important knee ligaments in providing stability of the knee there are two cruciate ligaments anterior acl and posterior pcl they sit deep inside the middle of the joint attaching to the tibia and femur they cross over each other hence their name and resemble the st andrews cross x. This video identifies all ligaments of the knee inclusive of fibular collateral ligament tibial collateral ligament anterior cruciate ligament and poster
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