The proximal end of the tibia is broad and flat known as tibial plateau. The intercondylar region crosses through the midline of this plateau, separating the medial and lateral condyles of the tibia.
The two condyles are in form of flat and broad surface for articulation with the medial and lateral condyles. The medial surface is convex and subcutaneous. ...
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The outer side of the cranial bones is covered by a single layer of periosteum that is specifically called pericranium.
The inner side of the cranial bones is covered by dura mater that has 2 layers:
the periosteal (or sometimes called endosteal) layer that is attached to the inner side of the bones
the meningeal layer that covers ...
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THE placenta and foetal membranes are usually described as being devoid of neural elements1,2. In other descriptions, the possibility of an innervation is not considered3,4. Nevertheless, reports of the presence of nerve elements in these foetal tissues continue to appear in the European literature5–7.