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Articular labrum

German: Labrum articulare

1 Definition

The term articular labrum, or simply labrum, from Latin "labrum articulare", describes an enlargement of the joint's socket by a marginal ring of fibrous cartilage.

2 Examples

Specialties: Anatomy

This page was last edited on 27 October 2017, at 10:16.

thx. fixed.
#2 at 27.10.2017 from Dr. Frank Antwerpes (Physician)
1) "Articular" is misspelt in the title. 2) "Labum" on its own is more commonly used rather than "articular labrum".
#1 at 13.10.2017 from Guest (Biologist)

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