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A new ligament has just been discovered in the human knee.
[T]he Belgian doctors are the first to identify the previously unknown ligament after a broad cadaver study using macroscopic dissection techniques. Their research shows that the ligament, which was given the name anterolateral ligament (ALL), is present in 97 per cent of all human knees.
This only illustrates once again that as much as we think we know, there is always something new to discover.