It possesses a sesamoid
mechanism and a set of intrinsic musculature that provide stability and strength.
Although Hippocrates, by the fourth century BC, uses the term epimulis (Gersh, 2012) to refer to the knee, it does not refer at all to the sesamoid
bone of that region.
Since the fabella is located at the intersection point of these tensile forces, fracture of this sesamoid
bone may occur.
The antero-posterior and the oblique digital x-ray of the region demonstrated a transverse fracture of the ulnar sesamoid
of the MCPJ of the thumb (Picture 2).
Wings Of Eagles has suffered a bad fracture to his near-fore sesamoid
and has been retired.
The elbow joint has a sesamoid
bone inside the tendon of origin of M.
Finn's recovery from a broken sesamoid
bone in his left big toe, stemming from a painful toenail since removed, is a credit to him and the work he did at his beloved Watford Football Club's state-ofthe-art training facilities.
"It looks like she'll be ok, there's a lot of bruising and she has a swollen sesamoid
Misdiagnosed or undertreated sesamoid
bone pathology in dancers may result in prolonged pain, disability, and career limitation.
Galileo was due to reappear in the PricewaterhouseCoopers Ascot Hurdle last month but at the time George revealed 'a sensitive area on his off-fore sesamoid
' would keep him out.