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labrum

 [la´brum] (L.)
a rim or lip.

la·brum

, pl.

la·bra

(lā'brŭm, lā'bră), [TA]
1. A lip.
2. A lip-shaped structure.
3. A fibrocartilaginous lip around the margin of the concave portion of some joints. Synonym(s): articular labrum, articular lip, labrum articulare
[L.]

labrum

/la·brum/ (la´brum) pl. la´bra   [L.] an edge, rim, or lip.

labrum

(lā′brəm)
n. pl. la·bra (-brə)
A lip or liplike structure, such as the one forming the roof of the mouth in insects.

la·brum

, pl. labra (lā'brŭm, -bră) [TA]
1. A lip.
2. A lip-shaped structure.
[L.]

labrum

a cuticular plate at the front of the insect head, forming an upper lip. The labrum lies immediately below the clypeus, with which it is hinged, and in front of the MANDIBLES. See Fig. 197 .

la·brum

, pl. labra (lā'brŭm, -bră) [TA]
1. A lip.
2. A lip-shaped structure.
3. A fibrocartilaginous lip around the margin of the concave portion of some joints.
Synonym(s): articular lip.
[L.]

labrum

pl. labra [L.] an edge, rim or lip, e.g. upper lip of insects.

acetabular labrum
the ring of fibrocartilage that is attached to and deepens the acetabulum; large and thick in the horse and cow. Called also acetabular glenoidal labrum.
acetabular glenoidal labrum
see acetabular labrum (above).
articular labrum
a fibrocartilaginous rim around the edge of some joint sockets such as the acetabulum and the glenoid.
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Therefore, this study aimed to assess whether abnormal tissue embedded in the hip joint is avulsed acetabular cartilage, inverted acetabular labrum, or other types of tissues such as aberrant ligamentum teres, we harvested the disk-like abnormal tissue from the hip joint during surgery and performed histological staining to investigate its property.
The most suitable candidates are younger, active patients with hip impingment, a tear in the labrum, and intact cartilage," he says.
Jerk test is performed to evaluate for instability in the back portion of the labrum.
sudden traction on the arm and forceful contraction of the biceps muscle which can peel back the labrum from the glenoid (20) during activity that involves overhead motion with the arm in the abducted and externally rotated (ABER) position (ex: baseball, tennis, swimming);
3% of patients, and an absent anterosuperior labrum with a cord-like MGHL, called a Buford complex, present in 1.
Type I SLAP lesion is a partial tear and degeneration to the superior labrum where the edges are rough and frayed, but the labrum is not completely detached.
This paper describes a series of these more medial tears in young, athletic patients without significant bony abnormality that improved after arthroscopic treatment, which included psoas tendon release and labrum repair.
The labrum is a ring of fibrocartilaginous and dense connective tissue attached to the bony rim of the acetabular socket, with a tissue structure similar to the meniscus.
Cartilaginous Bankart lesions will involve tears of the glenoid labrum with an intact osseous glenoid (Figure 6).
Durante el proceso de excavacion se hallaron tres grandes fragmentos de marmota de color violaceo que formaban parte de un labrum de epoca romana (3) (Fig.
Daniel Labrum, 18, of Abdon Avenue, Selly Oak, was convicted of cruelty to animals after failing to feed his dog Steffi and her three puppies.