intercondylar


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intercondylar

 [in″ter-kon´dĭ-lar]
between two condyles.

in·ter·con·dy·lar

, intercondylicintercondyloid (in'tĕr-kon'di-lăr, -kon-dil'ik, -kon'di-loyd),
Between two condyles.

intercondylar

Situated between two CONDYLES.

intercondylar

between two condyles.

intercondylar eminences
see intercondylar tubercle.
intercondylar fossa
between the condyles on the distal end of the femur, on its posterior aspect.
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The center of the femoral head was found using Mose circles, and the center of the knee was defined as at the apex of the intercondylar notch.
Coronal T2 Weighted Image with Fat Saturation) shows Flipped Meniscal Fragment in the Intercondylar Region (Arrow).
Following that, the entire PCL was subperiostealy released at its femoral insertion within the intercondylar notch with a surgical scalpel (Fig.
The correlation of femoral tunnel length with the height and area of the lateral wall of the femoral intercondylar notch in anatomical single-bundle ACL reconstruction.
Numerous anatomic variables include intercondylar notch width, posterior tibial slope, increased BMI, landing kinematics, female sex, and anatomic alignment [11].
Measurement ruler was put into articular cavity to determine the height and width of fossa intercondyloidea, the height of lateral intercondylar barren, the sizes of ACL femoral and tibial footprint, including the longest diameter of ACL footprints, the width of anteromedial and posterolateral bundle.
Operative treatment of type C intercondylar fractures of the distal humerus: results after a mean follow-up of 2 years in a series of 18 patients.
Under the guide of an arthroscope, it was released from the inferior patella with a blunt needle drill in the following order: inner and outer groove, suprapatellar bursa, bilateral retinaculum, patellar joint, intercondylar fossa, bilateral compartment, and adhes- ions between the femur and the quadriceps.
On coronal views from magnetic resonance images (MRI) of both knee joints, the posterior segment of the lateral meniscus was seen in the intercondylar space, and there was only a small space for the lateral meniscus in its normal location between the articular surfaces of the lateral femoral condyle (LFC) and the LTP (Figure 1(a)).
The tibial portion of the knee joint consists of the tibial plateau, separated into tibial condyles via the intercondylar eminence composed of a lateral and a medial tubercle.