Cooper's ligament


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Cooper's ligament

(1) Pectineal ligament (of Cooper); ligamentum pectineale [NA]. 
(2) Cooper's ligaments, see there.
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The femoral ring defect was repaired internally by approximation of the iliopubic tract to Cooper's ligament. No mesh was required.
Excessive breast movement has two results, pain, and a stretching of the Cooper's ligament which supports the breast and can lead to irreversible sagging.
There are two results of this breast movement: pain and discomfort, which are temporary but more seriously, the stretching of the Cooper's ligament, which is permanent and leads to irreversible breast sag.
The researchers found the two results of this breast movement were pain and discomfort, which is temporary, and a stretching of the Cooper's ligament, which is permanent.