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Although their performance in the laboratory was promising, in vivo many of these ligaments led to foreign body reactions, chronic synovitis, and osteolysis and eventually succumbed to fatigue failure (Plitz & Huber 1983, Woods et al 1991).
Larger breeds, like labradors, are at risk of hip dysplasia and cruciate ligament disease.
Shull and colleagues took this idea and described how utilizing uterosacral ligaments to support the vaginal cuff can be performed vaginally--by passing sutures bilaterally through the uterosacral ligaments near the level of the ischial spine.
Triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) is composed of multiple distinct anatomic structures including the triangular fibrocartilage (TFC, the articular disk), meniscal homolog (MH), dorsal and volar distal radioulnar ligaments, the extensor carpi ulnaris tendon (ECU), ulnar collateral ligament (UCL), ulnotriquetral (UT) ligament, and the ulnolunate (UL) ligament.
Knee injuries are one of the common problems in orthopaedics which include fractures and ligament injuries.
3mg per kg of body weight) into the gap located between tibia crest and the medial and intermediate patellar ligaments.
25) Several associated conditions have been found to occur in patients with CSF, including, hypoplastic lateral condyle, hypoplastic patella, genu valgum, coxa vara, acetabular dysplasia, and absence of the cruciate ligaments.
Severe tears to the two major knee ligaments--anterior cruciate and posterior cruciate--generally require reconstruction to replace the damaged ligaments.
Injuries to the ulnar collateral ligament of the elbow are more common than we'd wish in handball players.
Based on the common insertion of these two ligaments, an injury causing an sMCL lesion can cause disruption of the MPFL at its femoral insertion.
1) Intra-articular ganglia involving the cruciate ligaments of the knee are relatively uncommon.
The mechanical properties of scallop ligaments differ from those of sedentary bivalves (Trueman 1953a, Kahler et al.