Definition of Pectineal. Meaning of Pectineal. Synonyms of Pectineal

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Definition of Pectineal

Pectineal
Pectineal Pec*tin"e*al, a. [See Pecten.] (Anat.) (a) Of or pertaining to the pecten. (b) Relating to, or connected with, the pubic bone.

Meaning of Pectineal from wikipedia

- The pectineal ligament (sometimes known as the inguinal ligament of Cooper, after Astley Cooper) is an extension of the lacunar ligament that runs on...
- The pectineal line of the pubis (also pecten pubis) is a ridge on the superior ramus of the pubic bone. It forms part of the pelvic brim. Lying across...
- Pectineal may refer to: Musculi pectinati of the heart, also known as pectinate muscles Pectineus muscle, an adductor of the thigh Pectineal line (femur)...
- Pectineal line may refer to: Pectineal line (femur) Pectineal line (pubis) Pectinate line, border between anal canal and ****...
- On the posterior surface of the femur, the intermediate ridge or pectineal line is continued to the base of the lesser trochanter and gives attachment...
- ligament in the inguinal region that connects the inguinal ligament to the pectineal ligament near the point where they both insert on the pubic tubercle....
- is attached to the pectineal line and is called the lacunar ligament. From the point of attachment of the latter to the pectineal line, a few fibers p****...
- (when the nerve is emphasized). The pectineus muscle arises from the pectineal line of the pubis and to a slight extent from the surface of bone in front...
- from the pubic tubercle is a well-defined ridge, forming a part of the pectineal line which marks the brim of the lesser pelvis: to it are attached a portion...
- border of the eminence. The psoas minor, when present, inserts at the pectineal line of the eminence. Left Levator ani from within. Pelvis Iliofemoral...
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