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There are two types of cartilage inside the knee. Both can be injured in different ways. The lateral and medial menisci are C-shaped and made of tough, rubbery fibrocartilage. They are located within the knee joint and function like washers, helping with shock absorption and aiding joint stability. Joint (articular) cartilage is the solid layer of cartilage that covers the bony surfaces inside the knee joint (between the tibia and femur, and between the kneecap and its groove on the femur). 

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