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Anatomy of there Iliotibial Band 

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medical illustration of Anatomy of the Iliotibial band, this thick tract of connective tissue that runs laterally from the ilium to the tibia (Gerdy's tubercle) helps stabilize the knee.  Anatomical structures featured in this illustration include--the gluteus maximus, tensor fascia latae, quadriceps femoris and hamstrings.
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Anatomy of the Iliotibial band, this thick tract of connective tissue that runs laterally from the ilium to the tibia (Gerdy's tubercle) helps stabilize the knee. Anatomical structures featured in this illustration include--the gluteus maximus, tensor fascia latae, quadriceps femoris and hamstrings.

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