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Condyles of the Femur: The condyles of the femur are anatomical features of the femur, often called the thigh bone. The condyles of the femur are located in the lower end of the femur and are processes, or protrusions, from the shaft of the bone. They articulate with the tibia, creating part of the knee joint.
There are two condyles of the femur, the medial condyle and the lateral condyle. Conditions that can afflict the condyles of the femur include shearing fracture, fracture, osteomyelitis, trauma, and osteoporosis.
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