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Both muscles are inserted next to obturator internus muscle tendon on the medial face of the greater trochanter of the femur Ito et al.
Bilateral absence of superior gemellus muscle in elderly cadaver. A possible embryological explanation of this condition is discussed, besides its clinical and surgical importance. Chronic venous insufficiency Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency Superior vena cava syndrome Inferior vena cava syndrome Venous ulcer.
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Hoppenfeld S, De Boer P. Smaller amounts of type III collagen are also present. Thus, findings from this study may lead us to conclude that immunohistochemical expression of types I and III antibodies is positive for the presence for these collagen fibres and heterotypical fibril meshes testt-latarjet between those two types of collagen.
In the present article, a case of bilateral absence of both gemelli muscles in the pelvis of a female cadaver is described. Superior gemellus muscle; inferior gemellus muscle; anatomical variations. Marques1 C.
Arteritis Aortitis Buerger’s disease. Diagnostic and operative arthroscopy of the wrist. The slides were mounted with coverslips in Enthellan Sigma-Aldrich Int. Innervation of the wrist joint and surgical snatomia of denervation. Ccompendio view of deep muscles of the right hip join.
Abstract The objective was to study the morphology of the articular disc and analyse the immunohistochemical expression of types I and III collagen markers in the temporomandibular joint TMJ disc of human foetuses of different gestational ages. Upper Extremity peripheral nerve anatomy: Our sample consisted of 10 human foetuses supplied by the Universidade Federal de Uberaba, resulting in 20 TMJ with gestational ages from 17 to 24 weeks. Immunohistochemical micrograph of type I collagen.
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A study done at the Institute of Anatomy, University of Catania, Italy, used four articular discs from adult cadavers as controls. In foetuses and children, type I collagen fibres have a stratified arrangement, organized in fibre bundles with an anteroposterior, laterolateral and oblique orientation forming mesh.
Given the scarcity of studies that focus morphologically on the types of collagen in the TMJ disc of human foetuses, we believe a better structural knowledge of the relationship of these proteins with the articular disc of the TMJ is necessary.
On human muscular variations and their relation to comparative anatomy. Referencias Testut L, Latarjet A.
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The radial sensory nerve. It’s a one stop shop for users of OA Journals. Retroperitoneal veins of Retzius. Inflammation Arteritis Aortitis Buerger’s disease. During a dissection routine in the pelvis of a female cadaver belonging to the morphology laboratory of the Universidad de Talca, a bilateral anatomical variation in the deep muscular plane of the gluteal region was observed.
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The temporomandibular joint TMJ is a joint of the sinovial, double and bicondilar type. The articular disc can be described as a concave lens with two faces superior and inferiortwo margins medial and lateral and two extremities anterior e posterior.
Chronic venous insufficiency Chronic cerebrospinal venous compencio Superior vena cava syndrome Inferior vena cava syndrome Venous ulcer. The purpose of this report was to describe the possible embryological explanation of this condition and its clinical and surgical importance.