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tibial

 [tib´e-al]
pertaining to the tibia.

tib·i·al

(tib'ē-ăl), [TA]
Relating to the tibia or to any structure named from it; also denoting the medial or tibial aspect of the lower limb.
Synonym(s): tibialis [TA]
[L. tibialis]

tib·i·al

(tib'ē-ăl) [TA]
Relating to the tibia or to any structure named from it; also denoting the medial or tibial aspect of the lower limb.
[L. tibialis]

tibial

of or in the region of the TIBIA.
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A total of 51 cases of distal tibial fractures operated at CMH Multan, CMH Muzaffarabad and CMH Rawalpindi were included in the study.
Anterior cruciate ligament injuries (ruptures on intraligamentary, femoral, and tibial connection sites) may be detected by MRI with an accuracy rate >80% (4).
The present study was conducted to document the presentation of tibial infected non-union and analyse the management outcome with Ilizarov technique in terms of bone results, functional outcome, bone transport time, external fixation time, external fixation index and any complications encountered during the course of treatment.
The investigated structures include the intercondylar notch index, intercondylar notch height index, a angle (notch angle), [sz] angle (formed by the Blumensaat line and the long axis of the femur), medial tibial plateau slope, and lateral tibial plateau slope.
The proximal tibial fractures are classified earlier, according to the fracture pattern and dislocation by Hohl and Moore [3] into five types.
The upper portion of the medial part of fibularis brevis muscle got arterial pedicles from the anterior tibial artery.
Relationship between Tibial Baseplate Design and Rotational Alignment Landmarks in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty.
He was diagnosed with a displaced tibial tubercle avulsion fracture with proximal extension into the knee joint (Ogden type IIIB), as well as a patellar tendon avulsion.
The company said the DynaNail XL was developed for an IM nail that better accommodates longer patient tibial anatomies or when tibial fractures are present.
The tibial plateau fractures were treated by percutaneous screw fixation.
While we agree that percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation is associated as a low risk for adverse effects, this review article focused on interventions for which there is research evidence, either for or against, in the frail older adults.