Ligaments

Some articles on ligament, ligaments:

Lumbocostal Ligament
... The Lumbocostal ligament is a fibrous band that crosses from the twelfth rib to the tips of the transverse processes of the first and second lumbar ... Joints and ligaments of torso (TA A03.02–04, GA 3.299) Vertebral Syndesmosis Of vertebral bodies anterior longitudinal ligament posterior longitudinal ligament Of ...
Transverse Ligament Of Knee - Prevalence of Meniscomeniscal Ligaments
... The transverse ligament is reported in 58 per cent of subjects and is thus the most prevalent of four described meniscomeniscal ligaments ... The other ligaments, all three of which are reported with a frequency of less than 4 per cent, are the posterior transverse ligament, described as a bundle of ... None of the oblique ligaments have a known function ...
Lateral Sacrococcygeal Ligament
... In the human body, the lateral sacrococcygeal ligaments is a pair of ligaments stretching from the lower lateral angles of the sacrum to the transverse processes ... the anterior, posterior, and intercornual sacrococcygeal ligaments, they stabilize the sacrococcygeal symphysis, i.e ... There are up to three lateral sacrococcygeal ligaments on either side of the sacral hiatus ...
Syndesmophyte
... A syndesmophyte is a bony growth originating inside a ligament, commonly seen in the ligaments of the spine, specifically the ligaments in the intervertebral joints ... in patients who have had back surgery or other chronic stresses on the ligaments of their spine ...