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Lateral Condyle of the Femur

Summary Information: Lateral Condyle of the Femur

Lateral Condyle of the Femur: The lateral condyle of the femur is an anatomical feature of the femur, often called the thigh bone. The lateral condyle of the femur is located in the lower end of the femur on the lateral or outer side of the femur. It is a process, or protrusion, from the shaft of the bone. It articulates with the lateral condyle of the tibia, creating part of the knee joint.

Conditions that can afflict the lateral condyle of the femur include shearing fracture, osteomyelitis, trauma, and osteoporosis.

Closely Related Organs: Lateral Condyle of the Femur

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Lateral Condyle of the Femur

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Sub Parts: Lateral Condyle of the Femur

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Lateral Condyle of the Femur

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