Medical Definition of Ligamentum menisci lateralis

1. The band that passes posterior to the posterior cruciate ligament extending between the medial condyle of the femur and the posterior crus of the lateral meniscus. Synonym: ligamentum meniscofemorale posterius, ligamentum cruciatum tertium genus, ligamentum menisci lateralis, Wrisberg's ligament. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ligamentum Menisci Lateralis

ligamentum laterale articulationis temporomandibularis
ligamentum latum pulmonis
ligamentum latum uteri
ligamentum lienorenale
ligamentum longitudinale
ligamentum longitudinale anterius
ligamentum longitudinale posterius
ligamentum lumbocostale
ligamentum mallei anterius
ligamentum mallei laterale
ligamentum mallei superius
ligamentum malleoli lateralis
ligamentum mediale articulationis talocruralis
ligamentum mediale articulationis temporomandibularis
ligamentum medialis
ligamentum menisci lateralis (current term)
ligamentum meniscofemorale anterius
ligamentum meniscofemorale posterius
ligamentum metacarpale transversum profundum
ligamentum metacarpale transversum superficiale
ligamentum metatarsale transversum profundum
ligamentum metatarsale transversum superficiale
ligamentum natatorium
ligamentum nuchae
ligamentum orbiculare radii
ligamentum ovarii proprium
ligamentum palpebrale externum
ligamentum palpebrale laterale
ligamentum palpebrale mediale
ligamentum patellae

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