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at, in, near, or being the center

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dividing an animal into right and left halves

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relating to or situated in or extending toward the middle

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Due to the absence of the corresponding centers of ossification of the medial clavicular epiphysis, discrimination from a pure posterior dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint is difficult.
These patients were aged 40-85 with symptomatic radiographic primary femorotibial knee OA measuring grade 2 or 3 on the Kellgren-Lawrence scale and a medial minimum joint space width (mJSW) 2.5 mm or greater.
In children, cubitus varus deformity of the elbow following trauma can commonly result as a sequel of misdiagnosed, untreated or inadequately treated supracondylar, lateral condyle, medial condyle and physeal injury of distal humerus.
The aim of the study was to examine the areas of the menisci, the superior lateral and medial articular surface areas of the tibia and the ratios of the menisci to the corresponding areas of the articular surfaces of the tibia.
Adult, admitted patients with medial meniscus injury in whom conservative treatment failed to produce relief were included in the study.
The patellar ligament, medial, middle and lateral are the continuations of fibrous bands of quadriceps muscle to the cranial tibia tuberoity.
Afterwards, a 2 cm skin incision was performed from the superomedial corner, xtending the medial edge of the patella.
To our knowledge, there has been no previous report on Y-splitting of the medial rectus muscle as a reoperation and/or as a unilateral surgery.
MME is defined as deviation of the medial meniscus medially from the joint.
In addition, del Sol & Vieira (1989) described the chondroepicondilar muscle, supernumerary fascicle of the pectoralis major muscle, that extends from the six and seventh costal cartilages and ascend with the muscle fibers and generates a long and thin tendon that extends from the anterior lip of the intertubercular groove to the medial epicondyle of the humerus.
Congenital deficiency of lower lateral cartilages is rarely observed; hence, lack of medial and/or lateral crus is extremely rare.
A number of uncertainties surround the evaluation and treatment of medial epicondyle fractures of the humerus in children.
By examining mouse brains' medial entorhinal cortex, researchers discovered neurons that turn on like a clock when they wait.
Research has shown that meniscal tears occur more frequently in the medial meniscus than in the lateral meniscus (9).
It brings pain and weakness to patients.[1] There are three major considerations in treating this disease: central bone stability, lateral ligament stability, and medial ligament stability.[2] The medial ligament includes the anterior, posterior, and transverse bundles.[3] Its injury usually results from a valgus force and leads to medial instability, heterotopic ossification (HO) formation, and reduced elbow performance score, especially in elbow stiffness.[4] Worse still, the persistent instable state eventually causes ulnar nerve irritation and irreversible motor and sensory loss.[5] Therefore, it is very important and urgent to restore normal medial collateral ligament (MCL) structure and elbow stability.