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medial

1. Maths relating to an average
2. another word for median
3. Zoology of or relating to a media

medial

[′mē·dē·əl]
(anatomy)
Being internal as opposed to external (lateral).
Toward the midline of the body.
(science and technology)
Located in the middle.
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Changes in mJSW as seen on x-ray between those in group 1 and those on placebo were significant for the lateral compartment, with an increase in mJSW at the higher doses and a decline in the placebo group, but not for the medial compartment.
The sinus tract traced down to a hole approximately 15 x 15 mm in the cortex of the medial femoral condyle.
12] There are marked differences in the contour and insertion between the lateral and the medial menisci which are important in relation to the injury mechanisms.
3-5 Complete resection of meniscus on medial side if accompanied with anterior cruciate ligament injury is the beginning of the end of the knee.
Twenty-two eyes of 22 patients with surgery of medial canthoplasty combined with CDCR during June 2012 to June 2014 were enrolled in this retrospective comparative study.
Medial patellar ligament desmotomy (MPD) is frequently used in the treatment of dorsal patellar fixation (Ducharme, 2004; Kramer, 2006).
The tendon strip is then dissected distally on the patella, left attached, diverged 90[degrees] medially underneath the medial prepatellar tissue and fixed with 2 sutures.
The most frequently injured ligament is the cruciate ligament, accompanied by medial collateral ligament or posterolateral corner injury.
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The German FA later released a statement, which read: "The 31-year-old captain suffered a partial tear of the medial collateral ligament in his right knee following a challenge at the end of training on Tuesday afternoon.
The resultant bony defect included most of the medial orbital wall, as well as a medial orbital rim defect.
In the present study, different complications were noticed during and after medial patellar desmotomy in different group of animals, (Table-2).