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*  Patellar subluxation syndrome
It can also result from soft-tissue abnormalities, such as a torn medial patellofemoral ligament, or a weakened vastus medialis ... Patellar subluxation syndrome, also known as patellar instability, or unstable kneecap is an injury that is concerned with the ... Patellar subluxation is more common than patellar dislocation and is just as disabling. In this condition, the patella ... Several patellar braces or taping methods exist to improve return to sport. They may however not alter medial or lateral ...
*  Posterolateral corner injuries
Reconstruction of the lateral collateral ligament of the knee with patellar tendon allograft: report of a new technique in ... the popliteofibular ligament, the lateral gastrocnemius tendon, and the fabellofibular ligament. It has been reported that ... most commonly the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and posterior cruciate ligament (PCL). As with any injury, an understanding ... Treatment of acute and chronic combined anterior cruciate ligament and posterolateral knee ligament injuries. Sports Med ...
*  Patella fracture
Complications may include injury to the tibia, femur, or knee ligaments. It typicals results from a hard blow to the front of ... Melvin, JS; Mehta, S (April 2011). "Patellar fractures in adults". The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons ... Kakazu, R; Archdeacon, MT (January 2016). "Surgical Management of Patellar Fractures". The Orthopedic clinics of North America ... while any ligaments or tendons that had been connected to the removed portion are connected to the remaining portion. The ...
*  Patellar ligament
... the patellar ligament can be used in the rehabilitation process. In this case, the middle one third of the patellar ligament is ... The patellar ligament can be injured in a patellar tendon rupture. It can be used as a tissue source in the repair of other ... The patellar ligament is a strong, flat, ligament, which originates on the apex of the patella distally and adjoining margins ... This patellar ligament method of reconstruction was traditionally the gold standard graft for anterior cruciate ligament ...
*  Stay apparatus
The patellar tendon and patellar ligaments. The most common of the ancient, now-extinct wild horse species in North America, ... The medial patellar ligament "locks" the patella ("kneecap") in place and this prevents flexion in both the stifle and the hock ... The distal sesamoidean ligaments run from the sesamoid bones to the two pastern bones. Biceps brachii: originates from the ... The stay apparatus is a group of ligaments, tendons and muscles which "lock" major joints in the limbs of the horse. It is best ...
*  Knee bursae
the deep infrapatellar bursa between the upper part of the tibia and the patellar ligament. It allows for movement of the ... patellar ligament over the tibia. the subcutaneous [or superficial] infrapatellar bursa between the patellar ligament and skin ... collateral ligament and the tendon of the biceps femoris the fibulopopliteal bursa between the fibular collateral ligament and ... collateral ligament and the tendons of the sartorius, gracilis, and semitendinosus (i.e. the pes anserinus) the bursa ...
*  Norfloxacin
Saint F, Gueguen G, Biserte J, Fontaine C, Mazeman E (September 2000). "[Rupture of the patellar ligament one month after ...
*  Gemifloxacin
ISBN 0-07-143763-0. Saint F, Gueguen G, Biserte J, Fontaine C, Mazeman E (September 2000). "[Rupture of the patellar ligament ...
*  Tubercle
It creates an attachment point for the ligamentum patellae, or patellar ligament. Other tubercles of the tibia include the ... The higher, non-articular area is a rough elevation which gives attachment to the ligament of the tubercle. The tubercle is ...
*  Patella
It is pointed in shape, and gives attachment to the patellar ligament. The front and back surfaces are joined by a thin margin ... The lower third culminates in the apex which serves as the origin of the patellar ligament. The posterior surface is divided ... Patellar dislocations occur with significant regularity, particular in young female athletes. It involves the patella sliding ... ISBN 3-13-533305-1. Palmu, S.; Kallio, P.E.; Donell, S.T.; Helenius, I.; Nietosvaara, Y. (2008). "Acute patellar dislocation in ...
*  Léa Serna
Serna missed the 2015-16 season due to tendinitis in the patellar ligament. JGP: Junior Grand Prix "Competition Results: Lea ...
*  Federico Del Grosso
Del Grosso was trained alone in summer 2010, however he injured his patellar ligament. In July 2011 he terminated his remaining ...
*  Xabier Castillo
Castillo spent the entire 2011-12 on the sidelines, due to a patellar ligament injury. Upon returning he was only a fringe ...
*  Eugene (wrestler)
He suffered a ruptured left patellar ligament, which required surgery and sidelined him for several months. This also cost him ...
*  Osgood-Schlatter disease
This is usually at the ligament-bone junction of the patellar ligament and the tibial tuberosity. The tibial tuberosity is a ... Osgood-Schlatter disease (OSD), also known as apophysitis of the tibial tubercle, is inflammation of the patellar ligament at ... The patellar tendon attaches the anterior quadriceps muscles to the tibia via the knee cap. Intense knee pain is usually the ... The condition is usually self-limiting and is caused by stress on the patellar tendon that attaches the quadriceps muscle at ...
*  Knee
The patellar ligament connects the patella to the tuberosity of the tibia. It is also occasionally called the patellar tendon ... Injury to this ligament is uncommon but can occur as a direct result of forced trauma to the ligament. This ligament prevents ... Laterally and medially to the patellar ligament the lateral and medial retinacula connect fibers from the vasti lateralis and ... The anterior cruciate ligament is the most commonly injured ligament of the knee. The injury is common during sports. Twisting ...
*  Emmanuel Olisadebe
Further results confirmed that he injured his patellar ligament and would only miss the rest of the season. He was nominated ... Initial diagnosis showed that he had torn his cruciate ligament of the left knee, and the injury could end his entire football ...
*  Dog anatomy
Caudal muscles of the thigh: Biceps femoris: originates on the ischiatic tuberosity and inserts on the patellar ligament. It ... This ligament is analogous in function (but different in exact structural detail) to the nuchal ligament found in ungulates. ... This ligament allows dogs to carry their heads while running long distances, such as while following scent trails with their ... All dogs (and all living Canidae) have a ligament connecting the spinous process of their first thoracic (or chest) vertebra to ...
*  Lameness (equine)
22: 238-249 (1985). Tnibar, M. A. (2002), Medial Patellar Ligament Splitting for the Treatment of Upward Fixation of the ... inferior check ligament, suspensory ligament, and distal sesamoidean ligaments, should also be palpated along their entire ... to test for damage to the medial collateral ligament) or adducted (to test for lateral collateral ligament damage). Excessive ... Sprain of these ligaments can be evaluated by repeating this test multiple times, before trotting the horse off an looking for ...
*  Stifle joint
It guides the patellar ligament of the quadriceps over the knee joint to its point of insertion on the tibia. Caudal to the ... as well as paired cruciate ligaments. The cranial cruciate ligament and the caudal cruciate ligament restrict cranial and ... The menisci are attached via a variety of ligaments: two meniscotibial ligaments for each meniscus, the meniscofemoral from the ... The cranial cruciate also resists over-extension and inward rotation, and is the most commonly damaged stifle ligament in dogs ...
*  Jason Campbell
On December 6, 2007, Campbell dislocated the patellar ligament of his left knee during a game against the Chicago Bears. The ... Trainers said that Campbell's ligaments were not torn and announced his injury as a bruised knee. ...
*  Muscular system of the horse
Inserts into the medial femorotibial ligament, medial side of the tibia, and medial patellar ligament. Adducts the limb. ... Sartorius: originates from the iliac fascia and the tendon of the psoas minor, inserts into the medial patellar ligament and ... Inserts into the caudal side of the femur, lateral patellar ligaments, cranial side of the patella, and calcanean tuber. Allows ... Tensor fasciae latae: originates from the tuber coxae, inserts into the lateral patellar ligament, the cranial side of the ...
*  Articular capsule of the knee joint
The [deep] infrapatellar bursa is located under the patella, between the patellar ligament and the fibrous membrane of the ... Between these, the synovial membrane passes in front of the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments, why these ligaments are ... The articular capsule of the knee joint (commonly referred to as capsular ligament) is wide and lax; thin in front and at the ... With its free upper margin, this fold extends dorsally through the joint space to surround the two cruciate ligaments from the ...
*  Tibia
... which gives attachment to the patellar ligament; a bursa intervenes between the deep surface of the ligament and the part of ... The tuberosity of the tibia, a crest to which the patellar ligament attaches in mammals, is instead the point for the tendon of ... Beneath the condyles is the tibial tuberosity which serves for attachment of the patellar ligament, a continuation of the ... Right knee joint from the front, showing interior ligaments Left knee joint from behind, showing interior ligaments Left ...
*  Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
Unlike the patellar ligament, the hamstring tendon's fixation to the bone can be affected by motion after surgery. Therefore, a ... The Anterior Cruciate Ligament is the ligament that keeps the knee stable. Anterior Cruciate Ligament damage is a very common ... The patellar ligament, tibialis anterior tendon, or Achilles tendon may be recovered from a cadaver and used in ACL ... Evidence suggests that the hamstring tendon graft does as well, or nearly as well, as the patellar ligament graft in the long ...
*  Anatomical terminology
The kneecap is the patella and patellar while the back of the knee is the popliteus and popliteal area. The leg (between the ... Together, these fibrous layers, along with tendons and ligaments, constitute the deep fascia of the body. Movement is not ...
*  Human leg
All four muscles unite in a common tendon inserted into the patella from where the patellar ligament extends it down to the ... The sensory femoral branch supplies the skin below the inguinal ligament, while the mixed genital branch supplies the skin and ... The opponens digiti minimi originates from the long plantar ligament and the plantar tendinous sheath of peroneus longus and is ... of our ligaments in the knee and can cause pain over time. Running - the most common activity associated with lower leg injury ...