January 1, 2017

Looks/Tastes Like Chicken

Scientists have discovered a new part of the human knee ... that was first proposed in 1879.
Named the anterolateral ligment, it was discovered using macroscopic dissection techniques after the doctors began investigating possible causes for complications after rehabilitation for ACL. They came across a paper written in 1879 that hypothesized the existence of a previously unknown ligament in the knee. The author of the paper turned out to be correct; Dr Claes and Dr Bellemans managed to locate the ligament and claim it can be found in 97% of all patients. Further research found that the pivot shift, a common complication after ACL rehabilitation, is caused by a tear in the ALL ligament.

KFC has named a new menu item called ALL CHICKEN in honor of this discovery.

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