lateral condyle of tibia

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lat·er·al con·dyle of tib·i·a

[TA]
one of two prominent bony masses at the superior end of the tibia that receives the corresponding condyle of the femur; the lateral condyle is longer than the medial condyle.
Synonym(s): condylus lateralis tibiae [TA]
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TA muscle originates in the lateral condyle of the tibia, proximally two thirds of the lateral surface of the tibia, the interosseous membrane and the deep fascia of the leg.
It was observed at the tendomuscular junction, articulating with posterior aspect of the lateral condyle of the tibia and lying close to the head of the fibula.
When it does occur, it can articulate with the lateral condyle of the tibia and lies very close to the head of fibula.

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