intercondylar tubercle

in·ter·con·dy·lar tu·ber·cle

[TA]
one of two projections, medial and lateral, arising from the central lip of each articular surface of the tibia on either side of the intercondylar eminence.
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Tibiae with fragmented condyles, malleoli and intercondylar tubercles or those that displayed evidence of previous fracture were excluded.
The mean distance between the following tibial morphometric parameters: (i) Intercondylar tubercles (male: 12.66 mm; female: 11.23 mm); (ii) Medial and lateral condyles (male: 73.47 mm; female: 66.53 mm); (iii) Inferior articular surface and tip of medial malleolus (male: 15.05 mm; female: 14.00 mm); (iv) Medial border and interrosseous crest (male: 26.18 mm; female: 22.91 mm); (v) Anterior border and posterior surface at middle of bone (male: 30.68 mm; female: 27.95 mm); (vi) Anterior border and posterior surface at level of nutrient foramen (male: 34.03 mm; female: 30.58 mm); (vii) Lateral condyle and tip of medial malleolus (male: 382.51 mm; female: 367.09 mm); (viii) Interrosseous crest and point where soleal line ends (male: 24.31 mm; female: 21.76 mm) (Table III).
Statistically significant differences were found between males and females in the following tibial morphometric parameters: i) Distance between intercondylar tubercles; ii) distance between medial and lateral condyles; iii) distance between inferior articular surface and tip of medial malleolus; iv) distance between medial border and interrosseous crest; v) distance between anterior border and posterior surface at middle of bone; vi) distance between anterior border and posterior surface at level of nutrient foramen; vii) distance between interrosseous crest and point where soleal line ends; viii) maximum circumference of shaft (Table III).