meniscofemoral

meniscofemoral

/me·nis·co·fem·o·ral/ (mĕ-nis″ko-fem´or-al) pertaining to or connecting the femur and a meniscus.
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23) The only attachment of the posterior horn is the Wrisberg meniscofemoral ligament, and the posterior horn may translate or rotate due to hypermobility.
University of Pittsburgh, Meniscus Allograft Transplantation: Efficacy and Meniscofemoral Contact Conformity.
4) The meniscofemoral ligaments act as secondary stabilizers to posterior translation of the tibia, with the ligament of Humphrey located anterior to the PCL, and the ligament of Wrisberg located posterior to the PCL.
The meniscofemoral ligaments: secondary restraints to the posterior drawer.
The meniscofemoral ligaments are intimately associated with the PCL as they pass from the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus to the medial femoral condyle.
The deep layer is contiguous with the meniscofemoral and meniscotibial ligaments of the medial meniscus.
The transverse meniscal ligament and the meniscofemoral ligaments are other commonly visualized knee ligaments on MRI.
The meniscofemoral ligaments have already been briefly mentioned in terms of their relationship to the PCL.
An MRI study of the meniscofemoral and transverse ligaments of the knee.