conjoint tendon


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Related to conjoint tendon: deep inguinal ring, lacunar ligament

conjoint tendon

[kən′jȯint ′ten·dən]
(anatomy)
The common tendon of the transverse and internal oblique muscles of the abdomen.
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Quite often (just under 10% in our series) the pain is found to arise from a MSK source (the conjoint tendon or the adductor tendon).
Our case describes the non-surgical management of ID due to a tear of the rectus abdominis and conjoint tendon. This case demonstrates the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis and co-management.
Caption: Figure 3: MRI axial T1 showing calcification inside the conjoint tendon immediately under its coracoid insertion.
The conjoint tendon with short head of biceps and coracobrachialis in its transferred position produces a strong dynamic buttress effect across the anterior and inferior aspects of the shoulder, when the joint is in the vulnerable position of abduction and external rotation.
Tanner Slide with Darning Repair: After doing standard herniotomy, upper leaf of external oblique was retracted upwards, and a 3 centimeter incision made over internal oblique and rectus sheath, and then continuous Vicryl single '0' sutures from public tubercle to conjoint tendon, arching fibers of internal oblique to cooper's ligament, up to deep inguinal ring and then sutures were crisscrossed from lateral end to medial end; darning appeared like mini mesh.
Consequently, subcoracoid (under the conjoint tendon) transfers of the pectoralis major have been recommended to change its line of action and better mimic the subscapularis (Fig.
The terminal tendon was formed by the conjoint tendons at the level of the midportion of the middle phalanx and traveled from the distal side of the middle phalange to the dorsum of the base of the distal phalanx [Figure 3].
Hoffer, "Latissimus dorsi and teres major tendons: separate or conjoint tendons?," Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics B, vol.