Lateral condyle of the tibia
The lateral condyle is the lateral portion of the upper extremity of tibia.
It serves as the insertion for the Biceps femoris muscle.

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Medial condyle of tibia - Wikipedia, the…
The medial condyle is the medial portion of the upper extremity of tibia. It is the site of insertion for the Semimembranosus muscle. See also Lateral condyle of ...
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Tibia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The tibia shinbone or shankbone, is the larger and stronger of the two bones in the leg below the knee in vertebrates (the other being the fibula), and connects the ...
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The Tibia - Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body - Yahoo! Education
Its medial surface is convex, rough, and prominent; it gives attachment to the tibial collateral ligament. The lateral condyle presents posteriorly a flat articular ...
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Lateral condyle of tibia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The lateral condyle is the lateral portion of the upper extremity of tibia. It serves as the insertion for the Biceps femoris muscle.
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Proximal tibia - Reduction & Fixation - Conventional plates - B2 - AO ...
Make a window in the anterolateral cortex of the tibial condyle lateral to the tibial tuberosity and about 5 cm distal to the joint line. Introduce a curved impactor ...
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FRACTURES OF THE LATERAL TIBIAL CONDYLE ... - Bone & Joint
Orthopaedic. Hospital,. Pyrford. When the straight knee is subjected to an abduction or valgus strain the medial ligament may tear or the lateral tibial condyle.
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lateral condyle of tibia - Medical Dictionary - The Free Dictionary
lat·er·al con·dyle of tib·i·a [TA]. one of two prominent bony masses at the superior end of the tibia that receives the corresponding condyle of the femur; the lateral ...
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Tibial Condylar Fractures
Fractures of the lateral tibial condyle treated by skeletal traction and early mobilisation; a review of sixty cases with special reference to the long-term results.
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Tibia
The tibia is the inner and thicker of the two long bones in the lower leg. It is also called the shin bone. Its upper end is expanded into medial and lateral condyles, ...
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anatomyEXPERT - Medial Condyle Of The Tibia
This is the large knob-like projection at the proximal end of the tibia. ... for the medial femoral condyle, this site being larger than that of the lateral side. It is an ...
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Anatomy Tables - Joints of the Upper & Lower Limbs
medial condyle, located at distal end; articulates with medial condyle of tibia ( Greek, kondyle = the knob formed by the knuckle of any joint). lateral condyle ...
Lateral condyle of tibia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The lateral condyle is the lateral portion of the upper extremity of tibia. ... lljoints at The Anatomy Lesson by Wesley Norman (Georgetown University) (topoftibia).
[PDF]Chapter 10 The Knee Joint - Kean University
Bones. • Enlarged femoral condyles articulate on enlarged tibial condyles. • Medial & lateral tibial condyles (medial & lateral tibial plateaus) - receptacles for.
Gross Anatomy: THE FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY OF THE KNEE JOINT
Distal Femur. Lateral and Medial Condyles. Articulate with tibia. Intercondylar fossa; Patellar articular surface. Patella. Sesamoid bone found within the tendon of ...
Indications for surgical treatment of tibial condyle fractures.
Department of Orthopaedics, University Hospital, Tampere, Finland. ... In fracture of the lateral condyle, open reduction and internal fixation is indicated when ...
Posterior cruciate ligament mediated avulsion fracture of the lateral ...
Sep 8, 2010 ... 1Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Gifu University, Graduate ... It is a small avulsion fracture of the proximal lateral tibial condyle that is ...
[PDF]Contours of the hominoid lateral tibial condyle with implications for ...
University of Missouri-Columbia, 107 Swallow Hall, Columbia, MO 65211, USA ... Convex anteroposterior curvature of the lateral tibial condyle in A. africanus ...
Learning About the Knee - University at Buffalo - Cartilage ...
Tibia (shin bone): Meets the femur at the knee with two areas on which the two femoral condyles “ride.” These are the medial and lateral tibial plateaus.
Bone Contusion Patterns of the Knee at MR Imaging - RadioGraphics
Once the ACL is disrupted, anterior subluxation of the tibia relative to the femur occurs, which results in impaction of the lateral femoral condyle against the ...
Rare PCL-Mediated Fracture of the Lateral Tibial Condyle - ICJR
May 20, 2013 ... Rare PCL-Mediated Fracture of the Lateral Tibial Condyle ... of Orthopaedic Surgery Gifu University, Graduate School of Medicine, Gifu, Japan.
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Management of Common Musculoskeletal Disorders: Physical ...
Management of Common Musculoskeletal Disorders: Physical ...
Darlene Hertling, Randolph M. Kessler, 2006
15-1), the medial condyle extends farther distally than does the lateral condyle, so that when standing with the distal surfaces of the condyles level, the femur and tibia form a valgus angle of about 10°. Both condyles have epicondyles ...
Rockwood and Green's Fractures in Adults
Rockwood and Green's Fractures in Adults
Charles A. Rockwood, Robert W. Bucholz, Charles M. Court-Brown, 2010
valgus instability and indicate a more severe lateral fracture. The proximal tibiofibular joint is a synovial joint that may communicate with the knee joint. On the medial side, the flare to the medial tibial condyle is more gradual directly medial and ...
The Adult Knee
The Adult Knee
John J. Callaghan, 2003
The ACL arises from a rough, nonarticular area anterior to the intercondylar eminence of the tibia and extends upward and backward to the posteromedial aspect of the lateral femoral condyle. Line A to A' represents the anteromedial band.
The Knee: Clinical Applications
The Knee: Clinical Applications
Alfred L. Logan, Lindsay J. Rowe, 1994
With the headward hand, grasp the lateral condyle of the femur (Figure 2-72). With the footward hand, use an index contact on the anterior surface of the lateral tibia condyle (take care not to slip to the fibula). Simultaneously pull anteriorly on  ...
Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology
Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology
Connie Allen, Valerie Harper, 2011
Tibia (Leg Bone) The tibia is the weight-bearing bone of the 2 leg bones and is medially located. • medial condyle—flattened, expanded medial projection on proximal end • lateral condyle—similar to medial condyle on lateral side • tibial ...
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Biceps Femoris anatomy: Origin, insertion, action, innervation, and blood supply. Agnoist and antagonist information for each muscle action.
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Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research | Full text | Posterior cruciate ligament mediated avulsion fracture of the lateral tibial condyle: a case report
Avulsion fractures of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) are uncommon. On the basis of the site of damage of the PCL, hyperflexion, pretibial trauma, and hyperextension are proposed as mechanisms of PCL injuries. On the other hand, avulsion fractures of the tibial condyle are also rare. We report a PCL-mediated avulsion fracture of the lateral tibial condyle along with the tibial insertion of the PCL by extension-distraction force on the knee that has not been previously described in any study. This rare case may imply that application of an extension-distraction force to the PCL cause the avulsion fracture.
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Difference Between Tibia and Fibula | Tibia vs Fibula
Tibia vs Fibula Tibia and fibula are two parallel bones that form the skeleton of leg by connecting the knee and ankle. Both bones articulate
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Xray Pictures of Fractured Tibia - Bone and Spine
Tibia is the bone that spans from knee to ankle. Here are some xray pictures of fractured tibia
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A New Device for Percutaneous Elevation of the Depressed Fractures of Tibial Condyles | Journal of Orthopaedic Case Reports
Official peer-reviewed, open access publication of the Indian Orthopaedic Research Group
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament Insertions on the Tibia and Femur and Their Relationships to Critical Bony Landmarks Using High-Resolution Volume-Rendering Computed Tomography
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