Medline Plus indicates that ligaments exist to connect bones to other bones, and they usually to keep their arrangement stable. Ligaments are found throughout the body, especially in areas with many joints, such as the h... More »

The earlobe, also called the lobule, is the fleshy lower part of the outer ear that hangs down and is designed to collect sound waves from the air and guide them to the tympanic membrane, more commonly called the eardrum... More »

Ovaries store human gametes, or eggs, and produce hormones as girls mature and begin ovulating, according to Nemours. From birth, a female's ovaries are filled with unfertilized eggs. During adolescence, the pituitary gl... More »

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ACL stands for anterior cruciate ligament, one of four main ligaments of the knee. The anterior cruciate ligament extends diagonally through the center of the knee and, along with the posterior cruciate ligament, allows ... More »

The human muscular, or musculoskeletal, system is comprised of the muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments, joints, cartilage and other tissues that both support the body and enable movement. The skeletal, or voluntary, muscl... More »

In medical terminology, the acronym ACL stands for anterior cruciate ligament, which is a major ligament found in the knee. The ACL is located at the center of the knee and is one of four ligaments that join the femur wi... More »

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The nuchal ligament is a ligament located in the back of the neck that extends from the base of the skull to the upper back. It is found in most mammals, though many animals, aside from humans and ungulates like sheep an... More »

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