epicondyle


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epicondyle

[¦ep·ə′kän‚dīl]
(anatomy)
An eminence on the condyle of a bone.
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Physical examination was significant only for right lateral knee pain throughout range-of-motion testing and exacerbation of this pain with direct pressure on the lateral femoral epicondyle region.
Also known as the soft spot, is the middle of the triangle formed by the olecranon, radial head, and lateral epicondyle and is initially used for distension.
The radial collateral ligament originates from the lateral epicondyle and terminates indistinguishably in the annular ligament, which stabilizes the proximal radioulnar joint (Fig.
Quantification of elbow tenderness was done by palpation of the medial epicondyle, lateral epicondyle, UCL, LCL, anterior compartmental capsule, and posterior compartmental capsule.
4) Its fibers originate on the antero-inferior aspect of the medial epicondyle and insert onto the medial aspect of the coronoid process.
Foot Shape Characterization Landmarks (n = 10) Distal end of first toe Distal end of second toe Distal end of fifth toe Medial aspect of first metatarsal head Lateral aspect of fifth metatarsal head Medial aspect of navicular tubercle Lateral aspect of fifth metatarsal base Medial aspect of calcaneal surface Center of posterior calcaneal surface (tuber calcanei) Lateral aspect of calcaneal surface Shank Shape Characterization Landmarks (n = 24) Refer to cuff template landmarks on Figures 3 and 4 of main text Foot and Shank Segment Landmarks (n = 8) Ground plane landmarks (n = 3) Superior aspect of second metatarsal head Medial aspect of medial malleolus Lateral aspect of lateral malleolus Medial femoral epicondyle Lateral femoral epicondyle
The skin incision lies along the line running from the lateral epicondyle to the ulnar aspect of Lister's tubercle.
The obtained range of elbow extension during the BPPT is measured using a standard goniometer aligned along the midhumeral shaft, medial epicondyle, and ulnar styloid [61-62].
Anteroposterior and lateral radiographs of the right elbow showed an abnormal configuration of the capitulum, lateral epicondyle, and radial head as well as posterior inferior dislocation of the radial head (Figure 3).
The individual was seated, the metal plate with the inclinometer was set on the lateral and distal face of the humerus, with the inferior edge set at the beginning of the medial epicondyle.
For ulnar nerve stimulation, electrodes were placed over the groove between the olecranon of the ulna and the medial epicondyle of the humerus on the back of the elbow (where the ulnar nerve is most superficial).