Background: Causes of anterior knee pain (AKP) in jumping athletes include patellofemoral pain and patellar tendinopathy. Differential diagnosis of AKP is challenging, with variation in clinical presentations. No previous research has used pain location to describe AKP in basketball athletes therefore the aim of this study was to describe the prevalence and pain distribution of AKP in college basketball and the incidence of focal inferior pole pain.
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