Meaning of epicondylar in English:




See epicondyle

‘Fragmentation of the medial epicondylar apophysis was present in 50% of the pitchers but in only 12% of the nonpitchers and 6% of controls.’
  • ‘It occurs in about 25% of bodies, and takes the place of the fibrous arch normally passing between the epicondylar and ulnar heads of flexor carpi ulnaris.’
  • ‘The retroversion of the humerus was then measured as the angle between the collum humeri axis and the epicondylar axis.’
  • ‘The humerus is becoming less rounded and more triangular in appearance due to the development of the lateral epicondylar ridge and medial epicondyle.’
  • ‘The epicondyles were palpated to identify the epicondylar axis.’