In human anatomy, the term round ligament (or its Latin equivalent ligamentum teres) can refer to several structures: ...
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<anatomy> A fibromuscular band that attaches to the uterus and then passes along the broad ligament, out through the inguinal ring, and into the labium majus. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Two cord-like muscles located at the top of the uterus that extend through the abdominal wall and end in the vulva. Round ligaments support the uterus during pregnancy. The ligaments stretch as the uterus grows and may cause pain or a cramping sensation. Narrower term(s): Round Ligament Pain
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