iliotibial


iliotibial
Relating to the ilium and the tibia.

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il·io·tib·i·al .il-ē-ō-'tib-ē-əl adj of or relating to the ilium and the tibia <\iliotibial fasciotomy>

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il·io·tib·i·al (il″e-o-tibґe-əl) pertaining to or extending between the ilium and tibia.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • iliotibial — il·io·tibial …   English syllables

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  • iliotibial band — n a fibrous thickening of the fascia lata that extends from the iliac crest down the lateral part of the thigh to the lateral condyle of the tibia and that provides stability to the knee and assists with flexion and extension of the knee called… …   Medical dictionary

  • Iliotibial band syndrome — Infobox Disease Name = PAGENAME Caption = DiseasesDB = 32612 ICD10 = ICD10|M|76|3|m|70 ICD9 = ICD9|728.8 ICDO = OMIM = MedlinePlus = eMedicineSubj = pmr eMedicineTopic = 61 eMedicine mult = eMedicine2|sport|53 | MeshName = MeshNumber = Iliotibial …   Wikipedia

  • iliotibial band syndrome — a type of overuse injury in athletes caused by repetitive rubbing of the iliotibial tract (or band) against the lateral femoral epicondyle as the hip is repetitively extended and flexed; the primary symptom is severe pain in the thigh and knee …   Medical dictionary

  • iliotibial ligament of Maissiat — tractus iliotibialis …   Medical dictionary

  • iliotibial tract — tractus iliotibialis …   Medical dictionary

  • iliotibial band — |ilē(ˌ)ō+... noun Etymology: ilio + tibial : a downward continuation of the fascia lata that resembles a tendon and is inserted into the lateral tuberosity of the tibia …   Useful english dictionary


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