Tiny Knee Bone, Once Lost in Humans, Is Making a ComebackTiny Knee Bone, Once Lost in Humans, Is Making a Comeback
Tiny Knee Bone, Once Lost in Humans, Is Making a Comeback
The fabella disappeared from our lineage millions of years ago, but over the last century, its presence in people’s knees has become more common.
Tiny Knee Bone, Once Lost in Humans, Is Making a Comeback
Tiny Knee Bone, Once Lost in Humans, Is Making a Comeback

The fabella disappeared from our lineage millions of years ago, but over the last century, its presence in people’s knees has become more common.

The fabella disappeared from our lineage millions of years ago, but over the last century, its presence in people’s knees has become more common.

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The Implant Melting Pot
Hannah Waters | Feb 23, 2012
Dutch company Orthometals recycles and melts down implants left behind after cremation.