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A transfer to another department or division without a promotion or increase in responsibility. A lateral may not come with a raise or bonus, and the term implies that it may not be desirable.
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Investigative imaging and physical examination determined that not only had John ruptured his anterior and posterior cruciate ligament, he had also damaged his medial and lateral collateral ligaments as well.
Injuries of the isolated lateral collateral ligament injuries were noted in 7.1% cases of grade 1 ACL injured knees and 8.5% and 10% cases of grade 2 and grade 3 ACL injured knees.
The lateral collateral ligament (LCL) of the elbow forms complexes and is composed of the radial collateral ligament, the lateral ulnar collateral ligament (LUCL), annular ligament, and accessory LCL [1-3].
(I[sub]1− 3), where C[sub]1 is the initial shear modulus and I[sub]1 the first modified invariant of the right Cauchy-Green strain tensor.[11] C[sub]1 values were 6.06, 6.43, 5.83, and 6.06 MPa for the lateral collateral ligament, medial collateral ligament, anterior cruciate ligament, and posterior cruciate ligament, respectively.[15] The interfaces between cartilage and bones were modeled as fully bonded.[14] Both menisci were attached to the tibia at the horns.[15]{Table 1}
There are 8 patients with collateral ligament injuries, which are confirmed by MRI; 5 patients have medial collateral ligament injuries and 3 patients have lateral collateral ligament injuries.
The Blues under-21s captain damaged his lateral collateral ligament in the final game of the season against Chelsea in May.
Recurrent lateral elbow pain with mechanical symptoms on extension of the elbow with lateral subluxtion of the radial head are common presenting symptoms caused by tearing of the lateral collateral ligament complex (LCL), specifically the radial collateral ligament.
The 23-year-old NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year suffered a torn ACL and lateral collateral ligament in Washington's 24-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in and NFC Wild Card game in January, and according to reports he's made an incredible recovery from surgery and isn't concerned with a backslide.
Caligdong revealed that he sustained three injuries on his left knee -- an LCL (lateral collateral ligament), an MCL (medial collateral ligament) and a partial ACL.
(8) In contrast, the lateral collateral ligament does not attach to the lateral meniscus.

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