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  • Meniscal
  • A collection of videos from the 2018 Vail International Complex Knee Symposium with a focus on anatomic-based reconstructions on complex knee procedures including: multi-ligament reconstructions, complex meniscal issues and osteotomies, posterolateral knee injuries, patellofemoral issues, and revision ACL. (renasysgo.com)
  • True locking happens when the intra-articular structure (e.g. ligaments) is damaged, or there is the presence of loose body inside the joint, or there is a meniscal tear. (wikipedia.org)
  • tendons
  • Interestingly, Galen (131-201 AD), in his Ars Parva, stated that tendons were composed of both ligaments and nerves. (medscape.com)
  • The capsule is sufficiently slack to allow a wide range of movements and a distraction of roughly 3 mm, while reinforcing ligaments and tendons give stability to the joint. (wikipedia.org)
  • Unlike the proximal fracture fragment, strong ligaments and muscle tendons of the hand tend to pull this fragment out of its correct anatomical position. (wikipedia.org)
  • anteriorly
  • These digitations are arranged in an oblique line which runs inferiorly and anteriorly, with the upper digitations being attached close to the cartilages of the corresponding ribs, the lowest to the apex of the cartilage of the last rib, the intermediate ones to the ribs at some distance from their cartilages. (wikipedia.org)
  • Radial
  • One recent comparative study upon primates concluded: The oblique cord does not limit supination, nor does it seem to have a role in preventing radial buckling failure or reducing bending strain. (wikipedia.org)
  • Not considered an important ligament to the first CMC joint, it tightens during forced adduction and radial abduction. (wikipedia.org)