An epicondyle is a bony bump or 'knuckle' upon a rounded end (or condyle) of a bone.

femoral epicondyle
On the lateral side the epicondyle of the femur is the site of attachment of the fibular collateral ligament. On the medial side it is where the tendinous part of adductor magnus attaches.
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Ilio-tibial band friction syndrome

Part of a series by Mr (Dr) Charles Willis-Owen on Lower limb overuse Injuries.

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CLINICAL PUBLICATIONS

Bony Landmarks for Determining the Mechanical Axis of the Femur in the Sagittal Plane during Total Knee Arthroplasty. Seo J-G, Kim B-K, Moon Y-W, Kim J-H, Yoon B-H, Ahn T-K and Lee D-H. Clin Orthop Surg. 2009 Sep; 1(3): 128–131.


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