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cruciate

[′krü·shē‚āt]
(anatomy)
Resembling a cross.
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I did the cruciate but I played on for the rest of the game g and I never got the operation.
He made his England debut after two cruciate injuries.
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.
26], in which 1024 single-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions were analyzed from 11 studies, it was found that the results were good/excellent (<5 mm) according to Lachman test in 86%.
Cyclops syndrome was first described by Jackson and Schaefer in 1990 in patients who had undergone anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction with a patellar tendon auto graft.
The therapeutic is administered as a single dose by tissue infiltration during closure of cranial cruciate ligament surgery in dogs.
6,7) Cruciate ligament ganglion cysts are more common in men, are typically discovered between age 20 and 40, and are usually incidental findings.
GSPs are definitely not in the top 10 breeds to have cruciate problems.
DISCUSSION: Mucoid degeneration of the anterior cruciate ligament was first reported by Kumar et al in 1999.
The cruciate ligaments situated in the middle of the knee joint, nearer to the posterior than anterior surface.