Anterolateral knee ligament ‘discovery’ makes headlines, but is not really new

By Jordana Bieze Foster The media buzz over the apparent discovery of a new knee ligament announced in early November faded quickly as experts pointed out that the finding was not exactly new. Researchers from University Hospitals Leuven in Belgium described what they called the “anterolateral ligament,” connecting the femur with the anterolateral tibia, in the October issue of the Journal of Anatomy

By Jordana Bieze Foster The media buzz over the apparent discovery of a new knee ligament announced in early November faded quickly as experts pointed out that the finding was not exactly new. Researchers from University Hospitals Leuven in Belgium described what they called the “anterolateral ligament,” connecting the femur with the anterolateral tibia, in the October issue of the Journal of Anatomy

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Anterolateral knee ligament ‘discovery’ makes headlines, but is not really new