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Anatomy and Biomechanics

A good background in the anatomy and clinical biomechanics of the thoracolumbar spine will provide the basis for understanding the mechanisms of injury and the principles of management. The majority of thoracolumbar spine injuries arising from low-velocity sports usually are less catastrophic than some of the athletic injuries involving the more vulnerable cervical spine.

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Introduction/general remarks

The knee is the largest and most complex joint of the human body. Because it is situated at the ends of two long lever arms it is very well suited to clinical testing. Furthermore, the joint is relatively uncovered by muscles which facilitates palpation of most structures, intra-articular structures excluded.

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