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Mennisc cnēo

Þæs cnēos bānloca bint þā þēo and þone sceancan and stent on tƿǣm heorrum: ān þāra is betƿeox þǣm þēohbāne and þǣm fōtsceancbāne, sēo ōðer is betƿeox þǣm þēohbāne and þǣm cnēohƿeorfbāne. Hit is se mǣsta and manigfealdosta bānloca in þǣm menniscum līce.[1] Þæt cnēo is ƿegendlic, hƿearfiende, heorrlic bānloca þe lǣteþ bīgnesse and aþenunge andefen lytelre ūtƿeardre and inƿeardre hƿeorfunge. For þǣm þe þæt mennisce cnēo aƿreðaþ nēahlīce þā fulle ƿihte þæs līces, hit is se bānloca þe is gearƿost for ge scearpre ƿundunge ge þǣre forðunge clyfigendes ādles.

Hit is oft geþōht on gecnēohƿeorfþēohbānlicum and gefōtsceancþēohbānlicum dǣlum ƿesan.[2][3] (Se sceancbānuclica belicgendlica streng is oft geþōht mid gecnēohƿeorfþēohbānlicum dǣlum ƿesan.)[4]

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  1. Kulowski (1932), p 618
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  4. Scott J, Lee H, Barsoum W, van den Bogert AJ (November 2007). "The effect of tibiofemoral loading on proximal tibiofibular joint motion". J. Anat. 211 (5): 647–53.