joint capsule


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joint capsule

[′jȯint ‚kap·səl]
(anatomy)
A sheet of fibrous connective tissue enclosing a synovial joint.
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Caption: Figure 1 (A, B, C, D, E)--Dorsal carpus: TMECR = tendon of the muscle extensor carpi radialis, FC = fat cushion, TMECO = tendon of the muscle extensor carpi obliquus, TMCDE = tendon of the muscle common digital extensor, DSO = dorsal synovial outpouchings, JC = joint capsule.
As removal of the of the entire ganglion cyst complex, including cyst, pedicle, and a cuff of the adjacent joint capsule requires thorough excision procedures, surgeon experience also appears to affect recurrence rates.
The second injection was easily performed and bulging of joint capsule between flexor tendons and the tarsometatarsal bone was very prominent.
Weakening and cracking fibrous annulus blades, ligament or joint capsule are possible with charging supported (Adams, Freeman, Morrison, Dolan, p.
Too much suction could cause injury to delicate tissue or could remove fluid from a joint capsule during an arthroscopic procedure too quickly.
1,2) Ganglions are the most common tumour like conditions in the hand and wrist, which usually arise from tendon sheath or joint capsule.
Sometimes, arthroscopic surgery may be needed to loosen the joint capsule and allow freer movement.
Next, we identified the Lisfranc joint using fluoroscopic guidance and made an incision in the joint capsule.
It will break down, but by the time it does the joint capsule has scarred enough to help limit the cranial drawer motion.
Total rupture of ATFL and associated joint capsule damage in a soccer kickabout with friends Golfer Rory McIlroy reveals the injury to his ankle ligaments forcing him out of the Open at St Andrews and risking $2million in lost earnings I wake my dad up and say, 'The wine gumsare f*** looking at me'.

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