femorotibial


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fem·o·ro·tib·i·al

a. femorotibial, rel. al fémur y a la tibia;
___ capillarycapilar ___;
___ membranemembrana ___.
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Sprifermin appears to be the first investigational medicinal product to show dose-dependent prevention of cartilage loss and an increase in cartilage thickness, not only in the total tibiofemoral joint [TFJ] but also in both the medial and lateral compartments, including the central medial femorotibial region," said Marc H.
For each articular compartments; patellofemoral joint (PFJ), medial femorotibial joint and lateral femorotibial joint scores were calculated (maximum attainable scores are 88, 110 and 110, respectively).
An MRI study of her right knee ordered by her medical doctor was conducted seven weeks prior to presenting to our clinic and revealed focal severe chondral thinning with deep chondral fissuring and reactive subchondral cystic change over the patellar apex and medial patellar facet with associated full-thickness chondral fissuring over the medial trochlea; moderate chondral thinning and chondral Assuring of articular cartilage in the medial femorotibial compartment; small to moderate-sized knee joint effusion with mild synovitis; no convincing meniscal tear.
The study included patients from several European countries who were over age 50 and had knee OA of the medial or lateral femorotibial compartment diagnosed by X-ray.
The importance of maintaining a sustained arch during the practice of classical ballet to prevent patellofemoral and femorotibial joint injuries has been documented.
Management of the femorotibial luxation by splinting, intramedullary pins, external skeletal fixator and tension bands: a pilot study in domestic pigeons (Columba livia domestica).
ACL is pointed as a key structure for femorotibial joint, as MPFL is in the patellofemoral joint.
The definition we used for a valgus knee was the same as that previously reported, that is, knee with a femorotibial angle ≥10[degrees] is defined as valgus knee.
Landmarks for measures were: body length: tip of fastigium verticis to tegmina extremity; pronotum length: disc in dorsal view midline distance cephalic margin to caudal; mesofurcal pits separation: distance in ventral view between furcal pit centres; metafemur length: distance from anterior coxotrochanteral articulation distad to femorotibial joint, excluding genicular lobes; ovipositor length: from ovipositor extremity to clasper sockets of female's subgenital plate, i.
The femorotibial joint is an imperfect trochlear joint, resulting from the contact between the femur's lower extremity and the tibia's upper extremity.
The ossifications were located in both the femorotibial joint space and the femoropatellar joint.
For supracondylar fractures, the entry point for the definitive guide wire is decided based on the femorotibial wire and patellofemoral wire as references and 2cm proximal to the knee joint line at the junction of anterior 1/3rd and posterior 2/3rd of the longest anteroposterior diameter of the lateral condyle.