lateral condyle

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Noun1.lateral condyle - a condyle on the outer side of the lower extremity of the femurlateral condyle - a condyle on the outer side of the lower extremity of the femur
condyle - a round bump on a bone where it forms a joint with another bone
femoris, femur, thighbone - the longest and thickest bone of the human skeleton; extends from the pelvis to the knee
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The differential diagnosis of right elbow injury included fractures of the supracondylar area, medial condyle or lateral condyle of humerus, elbow dislocation, Monteggia or Monteggia variant fracture dislocation.
Medial and lateral condyle DRTs, femoral shaft lateral bowing angle (FBA), and distal FVA were determined for each position.
This lateral congruency constrains the lateral condyle to a central anteroposterior position in extension (Fig.
In our report, distal humeral bone fracture was divided into three types of fracture: Supracondylar, lateral condyle and medial epicondyle.
Degenerative osteophyte formation along the lateral femoral condyle has been implicated as a block to reduction in older patients, caused by the patella getting locked along the abnormally prominent lateral condyle [7, 8].
The length of the femurs was measured with the help of measuring scale by keeping the ruler between greater trochanter and the lateral condyle.
In cases where the patient was treated by open reduction and internal fixation, the surgical approach was through the lateral incision on the lateral condyle with a mild tilt toward the anterior.
A 2000 N vertical force is applied to the femoral component, in which the joint reaction force is distributed to 40% on the lateral condyle (800 N) and 60% on the medial condyle (1200 N).
The articular bodies of the femur are its lateral and medial condyles, which are not directly in-line with each other but diverge slightly, the lateral condyle being wider anteriorly, whilst the medial condyle maintains a relatively constant width.
Three mid-point measurements were taken from each knee, at the right lateral condyle (RLC), the right intercondylar area (RIA), the right medial condyle (RMC), the left medial condyle (LMC), the left intercondylar area (LIA), and the left lateral condyle (LLC) (Figure 1).
4-10) Lesions may also present in the inferior-central lateral condyle that account for 10 to 20% of cases, while femoral trochlear lesions account for less than 1% of cases.

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