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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Another study reported that the most common contusion detected in the anterior cruciate ligament injury was on the lateral tibial condyle by 82% (13).
The knee MR images were examined in terms of the BC volume, joint effusion level, medial plica presence, cartilage degeneration in the medial femoral condyle (MFC), medial tibial condyle (MTC), lateral femoral condyle (LFC), and lateral tibial condyle (LTC), and rupture presence in the medial meniscus anterior horn (MMAH), medial meniscus posterior horn (MMPH), lateral meniscus anterior horn (LMAH), and lateral meniscus posterior horn (LMPB).
Fractures of lateral tibial condyle treated by skeletal traction and early mobilization: a review of sixty cases with special reference to the long-term results.
A) Tibiotarsus, (B) tarsometatarsus, (i) Long digital extensor tendon, (ii) lateral meniscus, (iii) anular tibial ligament, (iv) cranial tibial muscle, (v) superficial peroneal muscle, (vi) insertion of the cranial tibial muscle, (vii) medial tibial condyle, (viii) lateral tibial condyle.
Gouron, "Osteochondritis dissecans of the lateral tibial condyle associated with agenesis of both cruciate ligaments," Orthopedics, vol.
Gerdy's tubercle designates the inferior attachment of the ITB and is located on the anterior aspect of the lateral tibial condyle.
The thickness of the proximal tibial osteotomy was 10 mm from the highest point of the lateral tibial condyle.
"On October 11, he (Wahab) underwent an MRI investigation; he has significant osteochondral defects in the lateral tibial condyle (bone damage), advanced chondromalacia patella (damage to the cartilage under the knee cap) and suspicion of a tear to the anterior horn of the lateral meniscus (outer knee cartilage).
A statistically significant difference was found between the groups (Table 3), because the patients with ACL rupture had PTS greater by 1.04[degrees] on the lateral tibial condyle than the controls, as well as a somewhat greater slope on the medial condyle by 0.82[degrees] in comparison with the patients with intact ACL.
[S.sub.y]: cross-product of [S.sub.z] and a vector directed anteriorly from the medial to lateral tibial condyle;
The four lines of the rectangle were fitted onto (1) the co-tangent of the posterior contours of the medial and lateral tibial condyles, (2) the medial tangent of the medial tibial condyle, (3) the lateral tangent of the lateral tibial condyle, and (4) the anterior tangent of the medial tibial condyle.
Among the 40 patients, 5 (12.5%) had changes in tibia; 2 (5%) had bone marrow oedema/contusion, identified; 3 (7.5%) showed fracture of lateral tibial condyle.