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The trapezoid line and conoid tubercle are anchoring points for ligaments which attach to what structure?

What kind of procedure uses healthy chondrocytes from the body, cultivates them in a lab, and implants them into the damaged joint?

What ligament in the hip is shaped like a V and located on the anterior aspect of the hip?

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The trapezoid line and conoid tubercle are anchoring points for ligaments which attach to what structure?

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What ligament in the hip is shaped like a V and located on the anterior aspect of the hip?

I think it's iliofemoral ligament. The iliofemoral ligament is shaped like a V. It passes from the anterior inferior iliac spine down onto the line separating the femoral neck from the lesser and greater trochanters.
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