iliopectineal

iliopectineal

 [il″e-o-pek-tin´e-al]
pertaining to the ilium and pubes.

il·i·o·pec·tin·e·al

(il'ē-ō-pek-tin'ē-ăl),
Relating to the ilium and pubis.

iliopectineal

/il·io·pec·tin·e·al/ (-pek-tin´e-al) pertaining to the ilium and pubes.

il·i·o·pec·tin·e·al

(il'ē-ō-pek-tin'ē-ăl)
Relating to the ilium and the pubis.

iliopectineal

pertaining to the ilium and pubes.
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The iliopectineal (Cooper's) ligament a thickening in the periosteum of the pubic bone is used to anchor the sutures in the Burch retropubic bladder neck suspension.
The classic syndrome, termed coxa saltans interna, occurs when the iliopsoas tendon catches on the iliopectineal eminence or snaps across the femoral head with hip motion from flexion to extension.
Two important bursae may lead to hip pain: iliopectineal and greater trochanteric bursa.
The second osteotomy is the complete separation of the pubic bone medial to the iliopectineal eminence; during this osteotomy, the obturator nerve and vessels have to be protected with blunt retractors.
These lines are: the iliopectineal line which is formed by the anterior column of the acetabulum, the ilioischial line which is formed by the posterior column of the acetabulum, the anterior and posterior lips of the acetabulum (Solomon et al 2001, Wheeless 2008).
3) Paget disease of the pelvis will demonstrate cortical thickening and sclerosis of the iliopectineal and ischiopubic lines, as well as an enlarged ileac wing, which is asymmetric and more common on the right side.
It is inserted by a long flat tendon attached to iliopectineal eminence, pectineal line and iliac fascia.
Internal snapping is related to the iliopsoas tendon passing over the femoral head and hip capsule or over the iliopectineal eminence and bony ridge of the lesser trochanter.
Internal snapping hip, or internal coxa saltans, results from snapping of the iliopsoas tendon over prominent anterior structures, often the iliopectineal eminence.
The femoral nerve is separated from the femoral blood vessels by continuous iliopectineal fascia joining the inguinal ligament to the psoas, the iliacus and transversalis fasciae.
The snapping is as a result of the iliopsoas tendon snapping over structures just deep to it that may include the femoral head, iliopectineal eminence, and lesser trochanter.