What does medial collateral ligament proximally are thickened. Where is that in your knee?

The inside. Where you knees touch when you put them togetherit keeps your knee from opening toward the inside.
Inside of knee. That is the stabilizing tissue for the inside of your knee. If you rub hard on the inside of your knee, you will feel a rounded area then a space and then bone again. It may take you a bit to figure it out. Start at the top of your knee cap and come around the knee to the middle then bend the knee so you can find the exact joint area. You will find the approximate area.

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