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conjoint tendon[kən′jȯint ′ten·dən]
The common tendon of the transverse and internal oblique muscles of the abdomen.
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Figure 20 shows a complete tear of the conjoined tendon
. Inflammation adjacent to the structures of the LCL can also have clinical significance.
The dynamic contribution of the conjoined tendon
after the Boytchev procedure in a cadaveric study has been reported.
As the three tendons approach the insertion, they come together to form a conjoined tendon
that anatomically resembles a goose's webbed foot.
Later, Conforty modified this by rerouting the conjoined tendon