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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Coronary ligament of knee joint is between Menisci and Tibial Condyle

Question 2
Coronary ligament of knee joint is between
a.       Menisci at anterior ends
b.      Menisci at posterior ends
c.       Menisci & tibial condyle
d.      Menisci & femoral condyle
Answer
c) Menisci and Tibial Condyle
Reference
Gray’s Anatomy 38th Edition Page 698 :
Quality
Reader
QTDF
Gray
Discussion
Internally the capsule is attached to the meniscal rims, connecting them to the tibia by short coronary ligaments.
Explanation
Self Explanatory
Comments
There is another coronary ligament in the Liver. This name is given to the reflexion of peritoneum from the diaphragm to the superior and posterior surfaces of the right lobe of the liver, forming the perimeter of the approximately triangular but rather variable 'bare area' of the liver, i.e. that part of its surface which is apposed to the diaphragm without intervening peritoneum.
Tips
The coronary ligament of the liver is sometimes reflected on to the upper part of the right kidney's anterior surface (so forming the hepatorenal ligament). 

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