Pellegrini's disease Pel·le·gri·ni's disease (pěl'ĭ-grē'nēz)n.
A calcification in the medial collateral ligament, usually due to trauma. Also called Pellegrini-Stieda disease.
A bony growth at the internal condyle of the femur.
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