Mit 13 Abbildungen [On the injuries to the cruciate ligaments
disease occurs when the ligaments
fray, leading to instability and cartilage damage.
Later, in the 1990s, Richardson promoted the concept that, in patients who have pelvic organ prolapse, the uterosacral ligaments
do not become attenuated, instead, they break at specific points.
The palmar and dorsal radioulnar ligaments
were best evaluated in transverse plane.
Posterolateral corner is stabilised by the arcuate ligament
complex which consists of lateral collateral ligament
; biceps femoris tendon; popliteus muscle and tendon; popliteal meniscal and popliteal fibular ligaments
; arcuate ligament
, lateral gastrocnemius muscle and fabellofibular ligaments
The surgical anatomy of the joint is very significant because of patellar ligaments
involved in femoro-patellar articulation (Read, 1999).
Patients frequently have ligamentous abnormalities, most frequently aplastic or hypoplastic cruciate ligaments
A Injuries to the knee ligaments
can occur in anyone who twists or hyperextends the knee, gets hit on the knee, or suddenly stops when running or shifts weight from one leg to another.
in the elbow aid in preventing it from dislocating, or popping out of the socket: the RCL and the UCL.
Our patient had no accompanying injuries, such as vascular injury, peroneal nerve injury, or fracture requiring reduction, so we performed early management (on day 16) and preferred to address all injured ligaments
in one setting to avoid potential subluxation, reduce forces on the healing grafts, and allow the patient to begin rehabilitation.
And, while the cruciate ligaments
were intact, a large pericruciate ganglion cyst was noted (FIGURES 1 AND 2).
Compared with burrowing or sessile bivalves, scallops have ligaments
with greater resilience.