coronary ligament


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coronary ligament

one of the ligaments that connects the liver to the diaphragm.
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Lateral meniscal variant with absence of the posterior coronary ligament.
Palpation of the medial coronary ligament of the right knee elicited pain.
There was pain reported on light palpation of the medial joint line of the knee and the medial coronary ligament of the right knee.
During the first visit, the patient was treated with instrument assisted fascial stripping using Gua Sha tools over the right medial knee and coronary ligament as well as laser therapy.
7) In contrast, coronary ligament injury may be present, and the primary injury, if the meniscal and collateral ligament tests are negative and rotational stresses of the tibia are positive.
As with other acute inflammatory conditions, beneficial effects of icing, NSAIDs, manipulation, and soft tissue treatment including massage and myofascial stripping with the intent to restore normal movement have been noted for both meniscal and coronary ligament injuries.
The coronary ligament was always relatively well marked and was continuous with all the previous ligaments.
The coronary ligament which attached the liver to the diaphragm bordering the caudal vena cava, was always relatively well marked and had continuity with all of the above mentioned ligaments.
Coronary ligaments (meniscotibial ligaments) - extensions of the capsule, which connect the periphery of each meniscus with the margin of the head of the tibia, acting as anchorage.
The adult liver remains suspended by the coronary ligaments.
The location of the foramina of Bochdalek is defined by the location of the diaphragmatic coronary ligaments bilaterally.
The study of the positions of the coronary ligaments and the left triangular ligament of the liver in relation to the subdivision of the subphrenic space.