Transverse acetabular ligament

Dr Henry Knipe and Dr Geon Oh et al.

The transverse acetabular ligament is part of the labrum but has no cartilage cells. Its strong, flat fibers cross the acetabular notch forming a foramen through which vessels and nerves enter the joint.

Anatomy: Lower limb

Anatomy: Lower limb

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rID: 45272
Section: Anatomy
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