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In human anatomy, the term round ligament (or its Latin equivalent ligamentum teres) can refer to several structures:
- Round ligament of uterus, also known as the ligamentum teres uteri
- Round ligament of liver, also known as the ligamentum teres hepatis
- Ligament of head of femur, which was formerly known as the ligamentum teres femoris
- Round ligament of the elbow, connects the anterolateral aspect of the ulna proximally to the posteromedial aspect of the radius distally, inserting just below the radial tuberosity. Also known as the chorda obliqua, oblique cord, Weitbrecht's cord or Weitbrecht's ligament
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