Zones blood flow meniscus – front


Free illustration showing the blood supply to the different areas of a meniscus in a front view. The outer edges of the menisci are well supplied with blood. This region is also called the red-red zone. The parts lying inwards are hardly supplied with blood. This region is called the white-white zone. The transitional area between the above-mentioned zones is called the red-white zone.

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