medial condyle


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a condyle on the inner side of the lower extremity of the femur

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It is attached superiorly to the medial condyle of the femur immediately below the adductor tubercle, and inferiorly to the medial condyle and medial surface of the body of the tibia.
Three mid-point measurements were taken from each knee, at the right lateral condyle (RLC), the right intercondylar area (RIA), the right medial condyle (RMC), the left medial condyle (LMC), the left intercondylar area (LIA), and the left lateral condyle (LLC) (Figure 1).
In ACL-deficient and normal knees, the medial condyle was positioned posterior to the tibial center throughout flexion arc (Table 1).
Radiograph examination revealed complete oblique condylar fracture maximally the medial condyle than the lateral involving condyle (Fig.
a) leg length (from the medial condyle of the tibia to the lower extremity of the medial malleolus--Bastos-de-Avila, 1958), in cm;
Shrader then described the case of a 7-year-old boy with a medial condyle fracture that was treated initially with an above-elbow cast; the child's elbow remained painful and stiff 10 years after surgical treatment to repair the nonunion.
In contrast is the case of a 7-year-old boy with a medial condyle fracture that was treated initially with an above-elbow cast.
3) is registered by a sensor, which is fixed by tapes to the skin over the medial condyle of the femur (Fig.
Natural Knee Kinematics Designed to mimic natural knee kinematics by enabling a physiological pivot around the medial condyle, the VEGA System's distinctive patent pending post-cam design facilitates a large range of motion and optimized surface contact between the femoral component and gliding surfaces.
Type B fractures are condylar fractures; type B1 is a sagittal split of the lateral condyle, type B2 is a sagittal split of the medial condyle and type B3 is a coronal plane fracture.
Further X-rays revealed osteochondritis dissecans of the medial condyle (Figure 1).
A-P view, lateral condyle tangential view and medial condyle tangential view were obtained.
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