Medical Definition of Transverse ligament of leg

1. The ligament that binds down the extensor tendons proximal to the ankle joint; it is continuous with (a thickening of) the deep fascia of the leg. Synonym: retinaculum musculorum extensorum superius, ligamentum transversum cruris, superior retinaculum of extensor muscles, transverse crural ligament, transverse ligament of leg. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transverse Ligament Of Leg

transverse fissure of the lung
transverse flow effect
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transverse lie
transverse ligament of acetabulum
transverse ligament of elbow
transverse ligament of knee
transverse ligament of leg (current term)
transverse ligament of the atlas
transverse lines of sacrum
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transverse metatarsal ligament
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transverse myelitis
transverse nasal groove

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