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Stabilize his thigh so that the femur is not pulled from side to side during the test.
Then grip the lower end of the tibia and rotate the whole limb externally and
internally, using the tibia and fibula as levers. In this position, the tibia will act as a
Cruciate Ligaments The anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments are
instrumental in preventing anterior and posterior dislocation of the tibia on the
femur. These ligaments are intracapsular, originating on the tibia and inserting
into the inner ...
of the tibia on the femur in internal rotation is equal to that in the neutral position,
both the anterior cruciate ligament and the posterolateral portion of the joint
capsule may be torn. The anterior cruciate ligament may be torn in association
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