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3 months ago

Sheeba Vijesh

false... Roopashree Siddireddy Sonam patel Ashika Imthiyaz Anisha Agarwal

3 months ago

Roopashree Siddireddy

Knee caps is softer and made-up of cartilage when baby is born and as they grow..a strong bone is formed. That's what I heard. That's why calcium is very important in initial years...for formation on stronger bones and teeth.

3 months ago

Dr.Dhanya Prajesh

True and false... babies are born with kneecaps made of cartilage but not bones

3 months ago

Shipra Dang

True... Babies are born with kneecaps which are softer than ours made up of cartilage.

3 months ago

Kavitha Dev

true

3 months ago

Radha priya

like their other structures the knee caps are also made of cartilage which becomes bony later on....u cn sense nerves on their knee caps...even their brain box ie cranium is also nt fully fused...

3 months ago

Guest

true

3 months ago

Ellora Mohanty Biswal

True

3 months ago

Umesh Shipra Rai

I really have no idea abt it.

3 months ago

Neha Sharma

False

3 months ago

Sneha Khandait Deshmukh

just no idea abt it....

3 months ago

Shurvi Khamesra

Kneecaps, or patellae, are a type of bone known as sesamoid. These are bones which form within the structure of tendons which are subject to a lot of stress and friction, most commonly in the feet and hands.  The patellar tendon/ligament is universally subject to stress as soon as a person begins to bear weight on his or her legs, and so the sesamoid bone known as the patella calcifies in virtually everyone.  This calcification is not completed until somewhere between 3 and 5 years of age; all bones in the body have their own rate of ossification and most of the major ones' 

3 months ago

Varshail Rao

true

3 months ago

Suchi Sharma

false

3 months ago

Deepti Mishra

false

3 months ago

Rosina Menezes

false

3 months ago

Laxmi Shankar

true

3 months ago

Anisha Agarwal

i think false..it develops in sometime

3 months ago

Khushboo Chag

false

3 months ago

Dipendra Babaria

true

3 months ago

Nazia Altamash

In babies  and children, bones have to be strong enough to support the body, but soft enough to permit continued growth. Until adulthood, when bones reach their final size and strength, they are made of a mixture of hard bone and softer cartilage. ... The result is a pair of nice, strong adult kneecaps.

3 months ago

Adelen

true

3 months ago

Kavita Kajla Mehlawat

true

3 months ago

manvi bhandari

no idea abt it

3 months ago

Nisha Dayal

True

3 months ago

Tanu Malik

true but they are softer due to cartilageous nature.

3 months ago

Sivaranjani

no

3 months ago

Nikitha Ahad

false

3 months ago

Sangeetha Karuna

Falso

3 months ago

Bhavna Bhatnagar

they do have it ..but in d form of soft cartilage

3 months ago

Bhavna Bhatnagar

true

3 months ago

Neha Agarwal

Loving it !!

3 months ago

Foram

False

3 months ago

Khushbu Soni

true'

3 months ago

Isha Sharma

False..

3 months ago

Preeti Giri

true

3 months ago

Anchal Talwar

true. babies are born with kneecaps made of cartilage which is soft than ours.

3 months ago

Aishwarya Shukla Mishra

I have no idea

3 months ago

Nazeema Shaheen

true

3 months ago

Vaishali

false

3 months ago

Kartik Kujur

Technically speaking...it's TRUE...though the knee caps are made of cartilage and not bones...

3 months ago

Divya Amit Jain

no ..its built aftr 4 mnths

3 months ago

Geetanjali Singh

true

3 months ago

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