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Jessica Schnase has edited the Flexikon article Arictular Labrum
The articular labrum (lat.: Labrum articulare) describes an enlargement of the joint's socket by a marginal ring of fibrous cartilage.

Examples
Labrum glenoidale (glenoid labrum, surrounds the shoulder-joint) Labrum acetabulare (acetabular labrum, ... [more]
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Jessica Schnase has edited the Flexikon article Anomaly of position
The anomaly of position is defined by an anatomical structure (e.g. tissues or organs, but also the unborn fetus) which is not located at the right place or in the correct anatomical position. Alternatively, terms like "dystopy", "heterotopia" or ... [more]
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Jessica Schnase has edited the Flexikon article Lacuna
In fields of medicine the lacuna is designated as a bay-like depression or cavity in a certain organ or a certain tissue.

Background
Lacunae can be either macroscopical or microscopical structures.

Examples
Lacunae
3.1. macroscopical lacunae
... [more]
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Jessica Schnase has published the Flexikon article Lamina
The term lamina describes in fields of anatomy respectively histology a thin layer mad of tissue.

Beispiele
Lamina propria Lamina basalis Lamina cribrosa Lamina perpendicularis
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Jessica Schnase has edited the Flexikon article Lacuna
In fields of medicine the lacuna is designated as a bay-like depression or cavity in a certain organ or a certain tissue.

Background
Lacunae can be either macroscopical or microscopical structures.

Examples
Makroskopische Lakunen
3.1. ... [more]
2 hours ago
Jessica Schnase has edited the Flexikon article Anomaly of position
The anomaly of position is defined by an anatomical structure (e.g. tissues or organs, but also the unborn fetus) which is not located at the right place or in the correct anatomical position. Alternatively, terms like "dystopy", "heterotopia" or ... [more]
2 hours ago
Jessica Schnase has published the Flexikon article Lacuna
In fields of medicine the lacuna is designated as a bay-like depression or cavity in a certain organ or a certain tissue.

Background
Lacunae can be either macroscopical or microscopical structures.


Examples
Makroskopische Lakunen
3.1. ... [more]
2 hours ago
Jessica Schnase has published the Flexikon article Anomaly of position
The anomaly of position is defined by an anatomical structure (e.g. tissues or organs, but also the unborn fetus) which is not located at the right place or in the correct anatomical position. Alternatively, terms like "dystopy", "heterotopia" or ... [more]
3 hours ago
Jessica Schnase has published the Flexikon article Arictular Labrum
The articular labrum (lat.: Labrum articulare) describes an enlargement of the joint's socket by a marginal ring of fibrous cartilage.

Beispiele
Labrum glenoidale (glenoid labrum, surrounds the shoulder-joint) Labrum acetabulare (acetabular labrum, ... [more]
3 hours ago
Jessica Schnase has edited the Flexikon article Collateral ligament
Collateral ligament refers to the ligamentous structures which proceed sideways, more precisely medial and lateral, of the joint respectively of the articular capsule.

Function
The collateral ligaments stabilze primarily hinge joints against ... [more]
3 hours ago

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