supracondylar


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supracondylar

 [soo″prah-kon´dĭ-lar]
above a condyle.

su·pra·con·dy·lar

(sū'pră-kon'di-lăr),
Above a condyle.
Synonym(s): supracondyloid

supracondylar

/su·pra·con·dy·lar/ (-kon´dĭ-ler) above a condyle.

supracondylar

[-kon′dilər]
Etymology: L, supra, above; Gk, kondylos, knuckle
pertaining to an area above a condyle.

supracondylar

above a condyle.
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