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 supracondylar humerus had been fractured in 16 patients, proximal ulna in 8, lateral condyle in 3, and radial neck in 1.
Type B fractures are condylar fractures; type B1 is a sagittal split of the lateral condyle, type B2 is a sagittal split of the medial condyle and type B3 is a coronal plane fracture.
Deformity of the trochlear groove after a lateral condyle fracture in children has been referred to as a "fishtail deformity." Previous studies have reported that fishtail deformity was found in 40-60% of children after a lateral condyle fracture with [greater than or equal to] 2 mm of displacement [13, 14].
In the PS group, the magnitude of AP translation for the medial and lateral condyle was 4.9 [+ or -] 3.0 mm and 12.8 [+ or -] 3.3 mm, respectively.
Secondary radial head dislocation and dysplasia of the lateral condyle after elbow trauma in children.
Knutsen, "Briard's sagittal sliding osteotomy of the lateral condyle in total knee arthoplasty of the severe valgus knee," Operative Orthopadie und Traumatologie, vol.
Therefore, the fML was taken as the width of ML axis in the resected surface of the distal femur, while the fAP was defined as the total width of the lateral condyle in the AP axis.
The lateral condyle forms the lateral wall of the patellofemoral articulation and is the most important restraint to lateral patellar translation once the patella is engaged.
Preoperatively, all the patients were examined preoperatively for range of movements, rotational deformity, carrying angle, lateral condyle prominence index.
The mean distance between the following tibial morphometric parameters: (i) Intercondylar tubercles (male: 12.66 mm; female: 11.23 mm); (ii) Medial and lateral condyles (male: 73.47 mm; female: 66.53 mm); (iii) Inferior articular surface and tip of medial malleolus (male: 15.05 mm; female: 14.00 mm); (iv) Medial border and interrosseous crest (male: 26.18 mm; female: 22.91 mm); (v) Anterior border and posterior surface at middle of bone (male: 30.68 mm; female: 27.95 mm); (vi) Anterior border and posterior surface at level of nutrient foramen (male: 34.03 mm; female: 30.58 mm); (vii) Lateral condyle and tip of medial malleolus (male: 382.51 mm; female: 367.09 mm); (viii) Interrosseous crest and point where soleal line ends (male: 24.31 mm; female: 21.76 mm) (Table III).
The intraosseous supply to the lateral condyle consists of an arcade that supplies multiple branches to the subchondral bone, as opposed to the medial femoral condyle, which has a single nutrient vessel to the subchondral bone and a potential watershed area in the anterior femoral condyle.

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