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Anomalous Biceps Femoris Tendon Insertion Leading to a Snapping Knee in a Young Male.

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Summary of "Anomalous Biceps Femoris Tendon Insertion Leading to a Snapping Knee in a Young Male."

Snapping biceps femoris tendon is an uncommon problem that can be caused by various anatomical aberrations around the knee joint. There are several case reports in the literature describing some of these anatomical variations and their treatment. We present a case of unilateral snapping biceps femoris tendon due to a previously unreported anatomical variation, our technique for successful surgical treatment, and a review of the literature.

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Name: Knee surgery & related research
ISSN: 2234-0726
Pages: 144-149

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