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Lacunar ligament - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The lacunar ligament (also named Gimbernat’s ligament) [1] is a ligament in the inguinal region [2] that connects the inguinal ligament to the pectineal ligament [3 ...

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ligament [lig´ah-ment] 1. a band of fibrous tissue connecting bones or cartilages, serving to support and strengthen joints. See also sprain. 2. a double layer of ...

Lacunar Ligament - man Anatomy

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Lacunar ligament (also known as Gimbernat’s ligament) is a ligament of the inguinal region. Sometimes it is regarded as the medial part of the inguinal ligament ...

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Lacunar Ligament -- Medical Definition - MediLexicon

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lacunar ligament Type: Term. Definitions: 1. a curved fibrous band that passes horizontally backward from the medial end of the inguinal ligament to the pectineal ...

Lacunar ligament (Ligamentum lacunare) | Kenhub

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Lacunar ligament aka Ligamentum lacunare in the latin terminology and part of structure of the inguinal canal and femoral sheath. Learn more now!

Lacunar ligament - IMAIOS

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Description. Description: The Lacunar Ligament (ligamentum lacunare [Gimbernati]; Gimbernatandrsquo;s ligament)—The lacunar ligament is that part of the aponeurosis ...

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Learn and talk about Lacunar ligament, Ligaments

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The inguinal and lacunar ligaments. (Lacunar ligament labeled at center top.)

Lacunar (Gimbernat's) ligament - clinanat.com

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The [lacunar ligament] is a half-moon shaped ligament that extends between the inguinal ligament (Poupart's ligament) superiorly and the pectineal ligament (Cooper's ...