The knee is a complex joint that attaches the femur (thigh bone) to the tibia (shin bone) in the human body (shin bone). The other bones that make up the knee are the fibula and patella.
The lateral meniscus and the medial meniscus are two crescent-shaped pads of cartilage (an elastic matrix that resists shocks) in the leg. A tendon and four ligaments hold the knee together.
One of the most frequent forms of affliction in humans is knee pain. Knee pain is most common in people over 60, but it can also affect younger people.
Knee can occur for a variety of causes, like injury and medial meniscus injury.