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Meaning of Ligamentum from wikipedia

- Connect bones to other bones; maintain position of organs Identifiers Latin Ligamentum (Plural: Ligamenta) MeSH D008022 TA98 A03.0.00.034 FMA 30319 Anatomical...
- The ligamentum arteriosum (Latin: arterial ligament) is a small ligament that is the remnant of the ductus arteriosus formed within three w****s after birth...
- The ligamentum venosum is the fibrous remnant of the ductus venosus of the fetal circulation. Usually, it is attached to the left branch of the portal...
- Ligamentum capitis may refer to: Ligamentum capitis costae intraarticulare, intra-articular ligament of head of rib Ligamentum capitis costae radiatum...
- malleolus of the tibia Identifiers Latin Ligamentum collaterale mediale articulationis talocruralis, ligamentum deltoideum TA98 A03.6.10.003 TA2 1913 FMA...
- malformation treatment, decompression and duraplasty with a harvested ligamentum nuchae showed similar outcomes to pericranial and artificial grafts. In...
- The ligamenta flava (singular, ligamentum flavum, Latin for yellow ligament) are a series of ligaments that connect the ventral parts of the laminae of...
- of the femur To intercondyloid eminence of the tibia Identifiers Latin ligamentum cruciatum anterius MeSH D016118 TA98 A03.6.08.007 TA2 1890 FMA 44614 Anatomical...
- Other anatomical landmarks exist, such as the ligamentum venosum and the round ligament of the liver (ligamentum teres), which further divide the left side...
- The round ligament of the liver (or ligamentum teres, or ligamentum teres hepatis) is a ligament that forms part of the free edge of the falciform ligament...
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