fibular collateral ligament


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fib·u·lar col·lat·er·al lig·a·ment

[TA]
the cordlike ligament that passes from the lateral epicondyle of the femur to the head of the fibula.

Winslow,

Jacob Benignus, Danish anatomist, physicist, and surgeon in Paris, 1669-1760.
stellulae winslowii - capillary whorls in the lamina choroidocapillaris from which arise the venae vorticosae. Synonym(s): Winslow stars
Winslow foramen - the passage below and behind the portal hepatis connecting the two sacs of the peritoneum. Synonym(s): epiploic foramen
Winslow ligament - the cordlike ligament that passes from the lateral epicondyle of the femur to the head of the fibula. Synonym(s): fibular collateral ligament
Winslow pancreas - a portion of the head of the pancreas formed by the superior mesenteric artery and abdominal aorta. Synonym(s): uncinate process of pancreas
Winslow stars - Synonym(s): stellulae winslowii
References in periodicals archive ?
The exposed masses were not clear all round, coupled with the erosion of the fibular collateral ligament and the bone of the fibula.
Fibular Collateral Ligament (lateral collateral ligament)--this is a strong, rounded, fibrous cord, attached to the back part of the lateral condyle of the femur, immediately above the groove for the tendon of the Popliteus, passing downwards to the lateral side of the head of the fibula, in front of the styloid process.
It is grooved laterally for the tendon of Popliteus, which separates it from the fibular collateral ligament.
Laterally, a prolongation from the iliotibial band fills in the interval between the oblique popliteal and the fibular collateral ligaments, and partly covers the latter.
Repair versus reconstruction of the fibular collateral ligament and posterolateral corner in the multiligament-injured knee.
Fibular collateral ligament anatomical reconstructions: a prospective outcomes study.
A randomized, prospective study of operative and non-operative treatment of injuries of the fibular collateral ligaments of the ankle.
Povacz P, Unger SF, Miller WK, et al: A randomized, prospective study of operative and non-operative treatment of injuries of the fibular collateral ligaments of the ankle.