epicondyle


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Related to epicondyle: lateral epicondyle, Medial epicondyle
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a projection on a bone above a condyle serving for the attachment of muscles and ligaments

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17,19,20] As even simple dislocation of the paediatric elbow or single-column injuries of either the lateral or medial epicondyle are reported to lead to both deformity and loss of function.
One needle was inserted through the ganglion towards the wrist joint and the second needle was inserted at Large Intestine-11 (LI-11), which is located over the lateral epicondyle of the elbow.
There is electrophysiologic evidence on this examination of a severe right ulnar nerve mononcuropathy at the elbow proximal to the olecranon/medial epicondyle and proximal to the innervation of the right FCU; axonal greater than dcmyclinating neuropathic process affecting motor and to a lesser extent sensory fibers; and a mixture of acute and chronic denervation in the right 1st Dl, ADM, and FCU.
In order to describe the superior-inferior relationship between the NEP of each muscle and bony landmarks, a suture thread immersed in barium sulfate was sewn into the skin between the femoral greater trochanter and the femoral lateral epicondyle and designated as L.
9 mm wide in femur, near adductor tubercle, distal to insertion of adductor magnus tendon, and just below medial epicondyle.
Below the medial epicondyle between flexor carpi ulnaris and flexor digitorum profundus.
9 cm proximal to the lateral epicondyle before becoming lateral to the humeral shaft and piercing the lateral intermuscular septum, entering the anterior compartment of the brachium.
Seven markers were taken as following: drawing a line from the medial epicondyle of the humerus to the apex of olecranon, marking the midpoint of this line, from this midpoint six stimulation markers were placed, respectively, along the course of the ulnar nerve at 2 cm intervals.
A line was drawn between lateral epicondyle and distal radioulnar joint.
Ultrasound measurements were obtained at 50% of the length of the vastus lateralis muscle over a line between the anterior superior iliac spine and the lateral femur epicondyle (22).
At first, the acromion process, lateral epicondyle of the humerus and the middle part of wrist were identified and the longitudinal axes of arm and forearm were determined.
Now, one K-wire was put from below the lateral epicondyle across the fracture line into proximal fragment obliquely so as to engage the medial cortex of the proximal fragment, and the second K-wire was put from below the medial epicondyle across the fracture into the proximal fragment so as to engage the lateral cortex.
For radio-ulnar fracture incision from medial epicondyle of humerus to styloid process of radius.
Among specific topics are the screw fixation of medial epicondyle fractures, lower-extremity surgery in children with cerebral palsy, irrigation and debridement of a septic hip, medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction using the quadriceps tendon, and an anterior tether for growth modulation.