Pellegrini disease

Pel·le·gri·ni dis·ease

(pel-ĕ-grē'nē),
a calcific density in the medial collateral ligament and/or bony growth on the medial aspect of the medial condyle of the femur.

Pel·le·gri·ni dis·ease

(pel-ĕ-grē'nē di-zēz')
A calcific density in the medial collateral ligament and/or bony growth on the medial aspect of the medial condyle of the femur.

Pellegrini disease

, Pellegrini-Stieda disease (pel″ĭ-grē′nē) (pel″ĭ-grē′nē-shtē′dă)
[Augusto Pellegrini, It. surgeon, 1877–1958; Alfred Stieda, Ger. surgeon, 1869–1945]
Posttraumatic ossification of the superior portion of the medial collateral ligament of the knee.

Pellegrini,

Augusto, Italian surgeon, 1877–.
Pellegrini disease - a calcific density in the medial collateral ligament and/or bony growth at the internal condyle of the femur. Synonym(s): Pellegrini-Stieda disease
Pellegrini-Stieda disease - Synonym(s): Pellegrini disease