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(anterior) One the most commonly injured ligaments which stabilises the knee joint.
(posterior) The cruciate ligaments are cross-shaped within the knee joint. The posterior cruciate is deeper (more posterior) within the joint and not as commonly injured as the anterior cruciate.
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