Medical Definition of Transverse crural ligament

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 Crural Ligament

transverse arch of foot
transverse artery of neck
transverse arytenoid muscle
transverse atlantal ligament
transverse auricular muscle
transverse branches
transverse carpal ligament
transverse cervical artery
transverse cervical nerve
transverse cervical veins
transverse colon
transverse colons
transverse costal facet
transverse crest
transverse crest of internal acoustic meatus
transverse crural ligament (current term)
transverse diameter
transverse disk
transverse facial artery
transverse facial fracture
transverse facial vein
transverse fasciculi
transverse fissure of cerebellum
transverse fissure of cerebrum
transverse fissure of the lung
transverse flow effect
transverse flute
transverse foramen
transverse fornix

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