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9/21/20
Anatomia de la rodilla - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomia de la rodilla - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este diagrama médico muestra una vista anterolateral (frontal.externa) de la articulación de la rodilla izquierda. Las estructuras etiquetadas incluyen el fémur, rótula, menisco medial, ligamento cruzado anterior o ACL, tibia, ligamento cruzado posterior, menisco lateral y peroné.

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