abnormal quadriceps pull

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A lateral pull of the quadriceps muscle on the patella which may result in overpronation, excessive internal rotation of the tibia, and associated knee problems. It is caused by an abnormally large angle of insertion of the quadriceps tendon. See Q-angle.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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