medial malleolus

(redirected from Tibial malleolus)

me·di·al mal·le·o·lus

[TA]
the process at the medial side of the lower end of the tibia, forming the projection of the medial side of the ankle; the medial malleolus lies superior to the level of the lateral malleolus.

medial malleolus

the rounded process of the tibia forming the internal surface of the ankle joint. Also called internal malleolus.

medial malleolus

A medial process from the distal tibia which, with the lateral malleolus, forms a mortise, into which the talus articulates.

me·di·al mal·le·o·lus

(mēdē-ăl mal-ĕō-lŭs) [TA]
The process at the medial side of the distal end of the tibia; forms the medial aspect of the ankle and partially overlies the tibiotarsal articulation.
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The volume used was 30ml of whole blood, collected from the left jugular vein, with puncture done with a 40 mm x 1,2 mm needle and immediately administered with a 30 mm x 0,8 mm needle in four points: 10ml intramuscular, caudal to triceps brachial muscle, at an acupuncture point nominated as Immunity Point (IP); 5ml at 5cm lateral to the 2nd and 3th lumbar vertebra, at an acupuncture point nominated Bladder 23 (Bl23); 5ml in between the Achilles tendon and the external tibial malleolus, at an acupuncture point nominated Bladder 60 (Bl60) and 10ml in a depression between the anus and the tail, at an acupuncture point nominated Governador Vessel 01 (GV01).