median umbilical ligament

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me·di·an um·bil·i·cal lig·a·ment

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the remnant of the urachus, contained in the median umbilical fold; it persists as a midline fibrous cord between the apex of the bladder and the umbilicus.
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median umbilical ligament

The fibrous cord extending from the apex of the bladder to the umbilicus. It represents the remains of the urachus of the fetus.
See also: ligament
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