knee joint n.
A compound condylar joint consisting of the joint between the condyles of the femur and the condyles of the tibia, and the articulation between the femur and the patella.
She says her first significant attack coincided with her first opening; she has already had one knee joint replaced.
At the knee joint, for instance, there are no less than fifteen distinct ligaments.
If he doesn't go for that, we pass a line round his forelegs, at the knee joint, then go in front of him and draw on the line.
A band of muscle fibers of this sort strengthens the knee joint and gives still more strength to the pars interna.
The knee joint somehow seems to work somewhat the wrong way.
A knee joint has got wrong, and it is deemed the right thing to wear a cold bandage constantly round it.
I cut the feet off at the knee joint and slip the drumstick through this slit.
Such fractures are most frequently found in the elbow and knee joint.
Obtain a part of a beef shin bone, or a portion of a sheep's or calf's leg, including if convenient the knee joint.
He was told that an abscess was forming on the knee joint, and he could hope for no relief until it would burst.