The ligament that runs on the outside of the knee and prevents the knee from bowing out. Injury to this ligament is usually seen in a forceful blow to the knee. This is probably the third most frequently injured knee ligament.
runs along the outer part of the knee and prevents the knee from bending outward.
the ligament that gives stability to the outer knee.
also known as LCL; ligament of the knee that is found on the outside of the joint; provides stability and limits sideways motion of the knee.
The ligament that runs from the lateral femoral condyle to the fibular head in the knee.
Ligament of the knee attaching lateral femoral condyle to the fibula head.
Ligament of the knee along the outer aspect that connects the femur to the fibula. It provides lateral stability to the joint.
The ligament on the outer side of the knee joint. It runs from the Lateral Condyle of the thigh bone to the head of the Fibula in the knee. The function of the ACL is to prevent excessive forward movement of the shin in relation to the thigh and also to prevent excessive rotation at the knee joint.