ligament of Winslow

ligament of Wins·low \-ˈwinz(ˌ)lō, -ˈvin(t)(ˌ)slō\

Definition of ligament of Winslow

  1. :  a ligament of the posterior surface of the knee formed by the expansion of the tendons of the semimembranosus and other muscles

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Origin and Etymology of ligament of winslow

after Jakob B. Winslow †1760 Danish naturalist

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