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*  Rib cage - Wikipedia
The crest gives attachment to the intra-articular ligament.[5] The neck of the rib is the flattened part that extends laterally ... The non-articular portion is a rough elevation, and affords attachment to the ligament of the tubercle. The tubercle is much ... is an eminence-the tubercle that consists of an articular and a non-articular portion. The articular portion is the lower and ... Its upper border presents a rough crest (crista colli costae) for the attachment of the anterior costotransverse ligament; its ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rib_cage
*  AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY RADIOLOGY 2012 Annual Scientific Conference October 18-21
... ligament attachments, articular cartilage, and neurovascular structures. Comparisons were made to a non-instrumented limb using ... Dorsal spinous ligament length and transverse ligament width were significantly longer in dogs with AA luxations. Significantly ... Discussion/Conclusion: Ligaments were significantly thicker or longer in dogs with AA luxation. Ligament abnormalities have ... Cartilage measurements can be included in a whole organ assessment of all articular, periarticular and juxta-articular ...
  http://spotidoc.com/doc/24458/american-college-of-veterinary-radiology-2012-annual-scie..
*  Bones of Thorax - myhumananatomy
Attachments:. Crest of rib shows attachment of intra-articular ligament connected with inter-vertebral disc. Head shows ... Attachments:. Anterior end shows attachment of subclavius muscle and attachment of costoclavicular ligament. Scalene tubercle ... Non articular part of tubercle shows attachment of lateral costotransverse ligament. Shaft near angle on outer surface shows ... Attachments :. Body shows attachment of anterior and posterior longitudinal ligaments near margins anteriorly and posteriorly. ...
  https://myhumananatomy.weebly.com/bones-of-thorax.html
*  The opercular mouth-opening mechanism of largemouth bass functions as a 3D four-bar linkage with three degrees of freedom |...
... measured the length of the IOM ligament as the distance between its attachment sites on the interoperculum and the articular ... Lower jaw rotation was measured as the rotation of the vector defined from the IOM ligament-lower jaw attachment to the lower ... 1). As a consequence, stretching or slackening of the ligament, folding between the bone and ligament, or deformation of the ... as the distance between the interoperculum-operculum joint and the attachment of the IOM ligament on the lower jaw), and, for ...
  http://jeb.biologists.org/content/220/24/4612
*  The Development of the Trabecular Structure of the Medial Coronoid Process in Retrievers and the Changes in a 20 Weeks-Old Dog...
... its articular surface and the attachment of the annular ligament. MicroCT scanning was performed with a 34-micron voxel size. ... in the direction of the tensile forces evoked by the attachment of the annular ligament. No distinct alignment was found in the ... At dissection all ten elbows appeared normal with no joint extension or visible damage to the articular cartilage or bone. ... perpendicular to the articular surface of the MCP) and was present from the age of eight weeks on. The second alignment of the ...
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*  Tibia - Wikipedia
... it gives attachment to the medial collateral ligament. The lateral condyle presents posteriorly a flat articular facet, nearly ... which gives attachment to the patellar ligament; a bursa intervenes between the deep surface of the ligament and the part of ... Beneath the condyles is the tibial tuberosity which serves for attachment of the patellar ligament, a continuation of the ... The lateral surface presents a triangular rough depression for the attachment of the inferior interosseous ligament connecting ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tibia
*  Clinical Evaluation of a Resorbable PLLA Implant for Regeneration of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) - Full Text View -...
The femoral tunnel attachment site, (2) The ligament region (intra-articular zone), and (3) The tibial tunnel attachment site. ... Device: L-C Ligament The L-C Ligament is a bioresorbable, three-dimensional (3-D) braided scaffold made from poly L-lactic acid ... During this time, ligament tissue regenerates within and around the L-C Ligament, which is slowly absorbed and replaced by the ... The L-C Ligament temporarily replaces the human anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and provides a bioresorbable scaffold within ...
  https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01634711?recr=Open&cond=%22Anterior+Cruciate+Ligament%22&rank=13
*  Tubercle - Wikipedia
The higher, non-articular area is a rough elevation which gives attachment to the ligament of the tubercle. The tubercle is ... It consists of an articular and a non-articular area. The lower and more medial articular area is a small oval surface for ... It creates an attachment point for the ligamentum patellae, or patellar ligament. Other tubercles of the tibia include the ... articulation with the transverse process of the lower of the two vertebrae which gives attachment to the head. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tubercle
*  Malleolus - Wikipedia
Behind and beneath the articular surface is a rough depression, which gives attachment to the posterior talofibular ligament. ... The anterior border is rough, for the attachment of the anterior fibers of the deltoid ligament of the ankle-joint. The ... The summit of the medial malleolus is marked by a rough depression behind, for the attachment of the deltoid ligament. ... The summit is rounded, and gives attachment to the calcaneofibular ligament. A bimalleolar fracture is a fracture of the ankle ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malleolus
*  Intro to Anatomy by lynn hatzikostantis on Prezi
Epicondyle - any of several prominences on the distal part of a long bone serving for the attachment of muscles and ligaments ... Articular System. Connective Tissue. Ligament - connects bone to bone. Tendon - connects muscle to bone. Cartilage - cushioning ... a large prominence on a bone usually serving for the attachment of muscles or ligaments. Long Bones. Have a body and 2 expanded ... Ligaments. Components:. HINGE JOINTS. uni-directional. move back and forth like a door. Multiaxial Joints. joints that can move ...
  https://prezi.com/fgbnwqvgpxq_/intro-to-anatomy/
*  Clavicle - Wikipedia
It gives attachments to: fibrous capsule joint, all around articular disc, superoposteriorly interclavicular ligament, ... the conoid tubercle for attachment with the trapezoid and the conoid ligament, part of the coracoclavicular ligament that ... The articular surface extends to the inferior aspect for attachment with the first costal cartilage. ... These surface features are attachment sites for muscles and ligaments of the shoulder. It can be divided into three parts: ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clavicle
*  Thorax Notecards for Clinical Gross Anatomy Flashcards - Cram.com
... part for corresponding transverse process and a rough non-articular part for attachment of the costotransverse ligament ... provide attachment for and support the weight of the upper limbs. provide the anchoring attachment of many of the muscles that ... may cause inversion of the nipple by shortening of suspensory ligaments involving lactiferous ducts ... junction of the neck and hody, has smooth articular ... skin ligaments, fibrous connective tissue, help support the ...
  http://www.cram.com/flashcards/thorax-notecards-for-clinical-gross-anatomy-493841
*  Articular capsule of the knee joint - Wikipedia
... why these ligaments are both intracapsular and extra-articular with their tibial attachment located exactly on the cartilage ... The articular capsule of the knee joint (commonly referred to as capsular ligament) is wide and lax; thin in front and at the ... Posteriorly, the femoral attachment of the synovial membrane is located at the cartilaginous margin of the lateral and medial ... With its free upper margin, this fold extends dorsally through the joint space to surround the two cruciate ligaments from the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Articular_capsule_of_the_knee_joint
*  Triquetral bone - Wikipedia
The dorsal surface is rough for the attachment of ligaments. The volar surface presents, on its medial part, an oval facet, for ... non-articular portion, and a lateral convex articular portion which articulates with the triangular articular disk of the wrist ... The medial surface, the summit of the pyramid, is pointed and roughened, for the attachment of the ulnar collateral ligament of ... articulation with the pisiform; its lateral part is rough for ligamentous attachment. The lateral surface, the base of the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triquetral_bone
*  Condyloid process - Wikipedia
At the lateral extremity of the condyle is a small tubercle for the attachment of the temporomandibular ligament. The articular ... The condyle presents an articular surface for articulation with the articular disk of the temporomandibular joint; it is convex ... Its posterior surface is convex; its anterior surface has a depression for the attachment of the Pterygoideus externus (lateral ... or articular eminence, in order to remain interposed between the condyle and the temporal bone in all jaw positions. The neck ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Condyloid_process
*  Clavicle - Wikipedia
Attachment on collarbone. Muscle/Ligament. Other attachment. Superior surface and anterior border. Deltoid muscle. deltoid ... The articular surface extends to the inferior aspect for attachment with the first costal cartilage. ... Conoid ligament (the medial part of the coracoclavicular ligament). conoid tubercle. Inferior surface. Trapezoid ligament (the ... the conoid tubercle for attachment with the trapezoid and the conoid ligament, part of the coracoclavicular ligament that ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collar_bone
*  Clavicle fracture - Wikipedia
... articular disc, and interclavicular ligament. The lateral end connects at the acromion of the scapula which is referred to as ... The medial end connects with the manubrium of the sternum and gives attachments to the fibrous capsule of the sternoclavicular ... The ligaments involved include the conoid ligament and trapezoid ligament. Incidents that may lead to a clavicle fracture ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clavicle_fracture
*  Talus bone - Wikipedia
... below the articular surface is a rough depression for the attachment of the deep portion of the deltoid ligament of the ankle- ... Its upper and medial surfaces are rough, for the attachment of ligaments; its lateral surface is concave and is continuous ... and in front of it is a rough depression for the attachment of the anterior talofibular ligament. Between the posterior half of ... below the base of this facet is a groove which affords attachment to the posterior talofibular ligament. The posterior surface ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talus_bone
*  Application # 2017/0290885. A METHOD OF TREATING JOINT DISEASE - Patents.com
Inflammation of attachment sites of ligaments and tendons to bones, enthesitis, is a hallmark of SpA which distinguishes it ... 0099] The CAIA model induced by type II-collagen-specific antibodies is characterized by broad articular inflammation and ... OA is characterized by loss and erosion of articular cartilage, subchondral sclerosis, and bone overgrowth (osteophytes). ... The most important clinical features of the spondyloarthritides (SpA) are articular inflammation, erosion and new bone ...
  http://patents.com/us-20170290885.html
*  Phalangeal Fractures: Practice Essentials, Functional Anatomy, Sport-Specific Biomechanics
The capsule surrounding the articular surface is composed of the volar plate, thick collateral ligaments, and the extensor ... forms a sturdy attachment to the middle phalanx where it becomes continuous with the articular cartilage. This limits extension ... Intra-articular fractures of the distal phalanx can result from avulsion of either the extensor tendon, also known as mallet ... Extra-articular fractures of the distal phalanx are common and are associated with significant soft-tissue injury. Most distal ...
  https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/98322-overview
*  Posterior cruciate ligament injury - Wikipedia
Mar 2007). "The attachments of the fiber bundles of the posterior cruciate ligament: an anatomic study". Arthroscopy. 23 (3): ... toward the posterior of the tibia just below its articular surface. Although each PCL is a unified unit, they are described as ... Grade IV, the ligament is damaged along with another ligament housed in the knee (i.e. ACL). With these grades of PCL injuries ... A procedure called ligament reconstruction is used to replace the torn PCL with a new ligament, which is usually a graft taken ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Posterior_cruciate_ligament_injury
*  Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with quadriceps tendon-patellar bone allograft: matched case control study | BMC...
... and ligament laxity. An average follow-up time was 31.2 months. The functional scores and ligament laxity improved from initial ... Although, there were many clinical results about allografts that used in anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction, it ... 10 mm in diameter was drilled and the intra-articular opening of the tunnel was placed in the center of the ACL attachment ... Exclusion criteria were patients who had previous ligament injury and who had concomitant meniscus or ligament injury of the ...
  https://bmcmusculoskeletdisord.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12891-018-1959-0
*  Radius (bone) - Wikipedia
... affords attachment to the volar radiocarpal ligament. The dorsal surface is convex, affords attachment to the dorsal ... These two articular surfaces are separated by a prominent ridge, to which the base of the triangular articular disk is attached ... which gives attachment by its base to the tendon of the brachioradialis, and by its apex to the radial collateral ligament of ... and attachment to the dorsal carpal ligament; it ends in a small tubercle, into which the tendon of the brachioradialis muscle ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radius_(bone)
*  Cracked Sternum | Johny Fit
Medial end connects with sternum manubrium and gives attachments to the fibrous sternoclavicular capsule articular disc, joint ... Ligaments involved involve Conoid ligament and Trapezoid ligament. While biking accidents or notably elementary in mountain ... and interclavicular ligament. With that said, lateral end connects at scapula acromion which is referred to as the ...
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