genicular


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genicular

 [jĕ-nik´u-lar]
pertaining to the knee.

ge·nic·u·lar

(je-nik'yū-lăr),
Pertaining to the knee or to a structure that is bent like a knee.

genicular

adjective Related or pertaining to the knee; genual.

ge·nic·u·lar

(jĕ-nik'yū-lăr)
Commonly used to mean genual.
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Therapeutic embolization of the genicular arteries for recurrent hemarthrosis after total knee arthroplasty.
Yasar, "Uran a ultrasound-guided genicular nerve pulsed radiofrequency treatment for painful knee osteoarthritis: a preliminary report," Pain Physician, vol.
The most probable cause for the AV fistula in the present case was a laceration of the lateral superior genicular artery by stab incision for the femoral graft fixation.
The articular branch of the descending genicular artery (supreme genicular) lies within the belly of the VMO, anastomosing with the medial superior geniculate artery at the level of the superomedial corner of the patella.
Femoral anterior ventral edge of leg I type C (Roth, 2003) with a comb of tiny spines and 3 long hairs, 1 apical spine and genicular spine present; legs II and III with apical and genicular spines; basitarsus of leg I shorter than the sum of the tarsites length (Fig.
Deep to the ligament are the tendon of the Popliteus, and the inferior lateral genicular vessels and nerve.
The members of the Gothograptus lineage are characterized by tubaria tapering distally, most of them by a well-developed appendix, and singular genicular hoods as well as characteristic features of the proximal end, and thecae (e.g.
* Patella Fracture: Excessive bone resection, misalignment, single and wide central hole, avascularity due to lateral genicular artery injury, excessive flection, rise in joint level, thermal necrosis due to the cement are the factors paving the way for patella fractures [17, 7, 8, 27].
Proximal portion of the ventral margin with a series of several small denticulations, median and caudal limbs elongate; femora faintly swollen in the pregenicular region, genicular lobes produced round and acuminate caudal metatarsi forming distinctly more the half of the entire tarsal length.