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cruciate

[′krü·shē‚āt]
(anatomy)
Resembling a cross.
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The anterior horn of lateral meniscus and the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) happen to be the most often used intra-articular landmarks for positioning the guiding needle in the tibia during ACL reconstruction [17-19].
When the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is injured, ACL reconstruction is usually considered the gold standard of treatment, especially in active young patients (Zaffagnini, Grassi, Serra, Marcacci, 2015).
Patients with CSF can experience knee instability due to congenital hypoplasia or aplasia of the cruciate ligaments.
Incidence of anterior cruciate ligament tears and reconstruction: a 21-year population-based study.
Joint cavity was flushed with normal saline and remnants of cranial cruciate ligament were debrided and removed (Fig.
Bilateral magnetic resonance images (MRI) showed complete agenesis of the ACL and hypoplasia of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL).
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is a common athletic injury and one of the most commonly treated conditions of the knee.
The therapeutic is administered as a single dose by tissue infiltration during closure of cranial cruciate ligament surgery in dogs.
There are three common repair methods for a torn cranial cruciate ligament.
(4) Anterior cruciate ligament mucoid degeneration is typically not associated with ligament instability and secondary signs of anterior cruciate ligament are absent.
Cats are smaller than most dogs that rupture their cruciate ligaments, and they can also be amazing in their ability to get around despite orthopedic injuries.
The Lorrha man's season is over after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during Tipperary's win over Limerick on Sunday, with Sheedy speaking ahead of the two counties' Munster final meeting on June 30.