Trochlea

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Trochlea (Latin for pulley) is a term in anatomy. It refers to a grooved structure reminiscent of a pulley's wheel.

Related to joints[edit]

Most commonly, trochleae bear the articular surface of saddle[citation needed] and other joints:

Related to muscles[edit]

It also can refer to structures which serve as a guide for muscles: