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Anatomía de la rodilla - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este diagrama médico muestra la anatomía del esqueleto y los ligamentos de la articulación de la rodilla derecha desde cuatro vistas: anterior (frontal), lateral (externa), media (interna) y posterior (atrás). Las estructuras etiquetadas incluyen: Rótula, ligamento cruzado anterior (ACL), ligamento cruzado posterior (PCL), menisco lateral, menisco medial, cóndilos femorales, ligamento colateral medial (tibia), ligamento colateral lateral (peroné), fémur y tibia.
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