osseoligamentous

osseoligamentous

made of bone and ligament.
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There are many challenges associated with the diagnosis of injuries to the craniocervical junction, not the least of which is the elaborate osseoligamentous anatomy and its complicated radiographic projection.
Osseoligamentous lumbar spine is inherently unstable (40, 41) and is dependent on the integrated function of the muscles (especially paraspinal muscles) and neural subsystems for stability and movement (42, 43).
The L4-L5 osseoligamentous canal area is also diminished in comparison to the superior L3-L4 level.
Coracoid fractures are uncommon injuries, in isolation or in association with other osseoligamentous injuries about the shoulder girdle, and comprise 3% to 13% of all scapular fractures and 5% of all shoulder fractures.