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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Lee, "Isolation and characterization of multipotent stem cells from human cruciate ligaments," Cell Proliferation, vol.
Woo, "Comparative study of the size and shape of human anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments," Journal of Orthopaedic Research, vol.
And, while the cruciate ligaments were intact, a large pericruciate ganglion cyst was noted (FIGURES 1 AND 2).
As well as Danny Ings and Joe Gomez doing their cruciate ligaments, Klopp hasn't even been able to call upon Jordan Henderson or Daniel Sturridge so far.
Posteriorly, the capsule consists of vertical fibres arising from the femoral condyles, and is situated around the cruciate ligaments, excluding them from the joint cavity.
The cruciate ligaments of the canine stifle: an anatomical and functional analysis.
Cats are smaller than most dogs that rupture their cruciate ligaments, and they can also be amazing in their ability to get around despite orthopedic injuries.
The main ligaments of the knee are the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments and the medial collateral and lateral collateral ligaments.
That something is, in large part, the cranial cruciate ligament. As the name implies, the cruciate ligaments --both caudal (toward the tail) and cranial (toward the head)--form an "X" in the knee joint, holding the femur to the tibia.
Anterior cruciate ligament-injured subjects have smaller anterior cruciate ligaments than matched controls: A magnetic resonance imaging study.
MR imaging of cruciate ligaments. Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am 2016; 22: 557-80.