patellar surface of femur

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pa·tel·lar sur·face of fe·mur

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the groove formed anteriorly between the anterosuperior portions of the femoral condyles that accommodates the patella.
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It also forms an anastomosing arch with the lateral superior geniculate artery via a branch that crosses above the patellar surface.
We didn't change patellar surface, just clean osteofites and correct soft tissue balance and didn't damage blood circulation, because of these reasons we succeed good result.
2], stair climbing places from four to six times your body weight on the patellar surface, opening the door for chondromalacia and other related knee conditions, especially for those who are overweight and prone to degenerative changes.