intercondylar line


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intercondylar line

The transverse ridge joining condyles of the femur above the intercondyloid fossa.
See also: line
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The mean origin of the AIN from the median nerve was 3.7cm (1.2 [+ or -] 5.5) distal to the intercondylar line. The PL muscle received exclusive innervation of the median nerve in all limbs.
In one specimen of left side, we found that the pronator teres was supplied by musculocutaneous nerve and that nerve was arising 10.9 cm above the intercondylar line and it was running medial to brachial artery all along its length and in the cubital fossa it crosses the artery from above and then goes and supply the pronator teres muscle [Figure 1].{Figure 1}
The profunda brachii artery was given off by the brachial artery II, while at the level of intercondylar line, the ulnar artery was given off by brachial artery I.