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IntroductionThe central ridge of the patella is the thickest area of patella and varies among patients. This cadaveric study identified the location and thickness of the bone at the central patella ridge for bone-patellar tendon-bone(BPTB) harvesting.Materials and MethodsFifty cadaveric knees were assessed. First, the morphology, length, width, and location of the central patellar ridge were recorded. Then, we transversely cut the patella 25 mm from the lower pole and measured the thickness ofdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-80646/v1 fatcat:dmqiawrvh5ghpeksumov552fmu