infrapatellar

infrapatellar

 [in″frah-pah-tel´ar]
below or beneath the patella; called also subpatellar.

in·fra·pa·tel·lar

(in'fră-pa-tel'ăr),
Inferior to the patella; denoting especially a bursa, a pad of fat, or a synovial fold.
Synonym(s): subpatellar (2)

infrapatellar

/in·fra·pa·tel·lar/ (-pah-tel´er) subpatellar; below or beneath the patella.

infrapatellar

adjective Below the patella

infrapatellar

Below the knee cap.

infrapatellar

beneath the patella.
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In one patient after standard arthroscopic exploration of the knee joint through the anterolateral and anteromedial portals, an open en-bloc excision was performed because of the large ganglion cystic formation arising from the infrapatellar fat pad.
The most common locations of deposition included the infrapatellar fat pad and anterior joint recess (87%), popliteal groove (78%), and intercondylar roof (69%).
Common sites for bursitis to develop are olecranon, psoas tendon, greater trochanter, iliotibial band, prepatellar, infrapatellar and retrocalcaneal.
Newer surgical techniques that aim to remove the infrapatellar fat pad and hypertrophic synovium without any tendon resection are being developed (Maier et al.
found out that by inducing pain in the infrapatellar fat pad, muscle activity of VL decreased significantly during stair-up test (27).
The bilateral suprapatellar bursa (SPB), deep infrapatellar bursa (DIPB), popliteal bursa (PB), and retrocalcaneal bursa (RCB) were imaged and measured for analysis.
The tibial nail (manufactured by Tasarimmed[R], Istanbul, Turkey) was inserted via a standard infrapatellar incision.
Ultrasound-guided infrapatellar nerve block in human volunteers: description of a novel technique.
Hoffa's disease was first defined as an acute or chronic inflammation of the infrapatellar fat pad by Albert Hoffa in 1904 (1).
Below the patella, the synovial membrane is separated from the ligamentum patellae by a considerable quantity of fat, known as the infrapatellar pad.
Sharp dissections were carried out both inwards and outwards in the proximal patella and a part of the infrapatellar fat pad was resected following regular protocols.