cruciate ligament


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cruciate ligament

n
(Anatomy) anatomy either of a pair of ligaments that cross each other in the knee, connecting the tibia and the femur
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He had played in the striker position until his unfortunate incident, when he suffered from a cruciate ligament rupture in the tournament's semi-final.
PPV= Positive predictive value, NPV= Negative predictive value, ACL= Anterior cruciate ligament, PCL= Posterior cruciate ligament).
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears represent a public health challenge (Wilk, 2015) with an incidence reported as 60-71 per 100 000 subjects (Parkkari, et al, 2008; Nordenvall, et al, 2012).
Q MY German shepherd fell awkwardly catching a ball and the vet says he's damaged his cruciate ligament.
A surgical reconstruction technique of the anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament, and posterolateral corner is described.
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury has a low rate of prevalence among general population, but it is a common athletic injury and one of the most commonly treated conditions of the knee [1].
Keywords: Cyclops syndrome; delayed extension block; Anterior Cruciate ligament reconstruction.
2) The estimated prevalence of cruciate ligament ganglion cysts at arthroscopy is 0.
At least he hasn't suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury after he limped off against Palace.
Last November he tore his cranial cruciate ligament and surgery was performed on Dec.