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32 Possible Causes for Semitendinosus, aponeurosis

  • Joint Dislocation

    Patients were randomly divided into two groups: Group A was treated using a hook plate and Group B with autogenous semitendinosus graft and endobutton technique.[] […] complex, dorsal metacarpophalangeal joint dislocation of the index finger with interposition of the first dorsal interosseous tendon and the transverse ligament of the palmar aponeurosis[] Bae et al[ 25 ] presented 15 cases in which either semitendinosus or SCM graft was passed through the medial clavicle and manubrium in a figure of 8.[]

  • Desmoid Tumor

    […] was diagnosed desmoid tumor of posterior cruciate ligament of the knee by intraoperative biopsy, and underwent successful PCL resection and reconstruction by Four-strand semitendinosus[] Abstract Desmoid tumors are benign neoplasms that most often arise from muscle aponeurosis and have been associated with both trauma and pregnancy.[] FAP-related disease, with some authors noting a female predominance and others not Desmoid tumors arise from a variety of connective tissues, including muscle, fascia, and aponeurosis[]

  • Bursitis

    […] refers to the webbed foot appearance of the conjoined tendons of the sartorius, gracilis and semitendinosus at their insertion onto the proximal medial tibia.[] Just anterior to this bursa, and over the aponeurosis of the short flexor, is an inconstant, smaIIer bursa (b, Fig. 3).[] Pes Anserine Bursitis – The pes anserine is a tendon in your knee formed by three muscles (the gracilis and sartorius muscles in your groin, and the semitendinosus muscle[]

  • Achilles Tendon Rupture

    KEYWORDS: Achilles tendon injury; renal transplantation; semitendinosus tendon[] We describe the use of a free turndown tendon flap augmentation raised from the proximal gastrocnemius aponeurosis.[] […] wide by 8 cm long flap from proximal tendon and gastroc aponeurosis which is raised to with in 3 cm of rupture site; - immediately beneath the gastroc fascia, the surgeon[]

  • Tendon Rupture

    KEYWORDS: Achilles tendon injury; renal transplantation; semitendinosus tendon[] […] midshaft humerus, the two origins join to form a single muscle belly which then goes down and attaches to radial tuberosity below the elbow joint and blends with the bicipital aponeurosis[] A recent study has shown good results after free flap transfer of the gastrocnemius aponeurosis. An open technique is usually recommended for chronic ruptures 12 .[]

  • Ligament Tear

    The torn ACL was repaired with a graft obtained from the semitendinosus muscle, and the menisci were debrided.[] When the ligament completely tears, it gets caught up in another layer of soft tissue (called the adductor aponeurosis) and it cannot return to its insertion site without[] Forty-four patients could be followed up, comprising of five reinsertions, ten internal fixations, 15 cases semitendinosus tendon (ST) augmentations, and 14 primary reconstructions[]

  • Joint Contracture

    The semitendinosus muscles and knee joints were investigated histologically to elucidate factors responsible for contracture.[] Anatomy In the normal hand, the palmar aponeurosis runs longitudinally from the wrist, crosses over the superficial transverse palmar ligament, and splits into pretendinous[] In regional, or limited, fasciectomy, only the diseased parts of the superficial fascial aponeurosis are excised.[]

  • Pes Planus

    The combined tendinous expansions of the sartorius, gracilis, and semitendinosus muscles at the medial border of the tibial tuberosity.[] The plantar aponeurosis and the arch . Two reconstructive techniques for flatfoot deformity comparing contact characteristics of the hindfoot joints .[] It is supported by the soft tissues of the spring ligament (plantar calcanea navicular ligament), deltoid ligament, posterior tibial tendon, plantar aponeurosis, and flexor[]

  • Pudendal Hernia

    […] a. femoral v. who become popliteal a. and v. after they pass through hiatus into posterior compartment of thigh. knee pit superolateral: biceps femoris m. superomedial: semitendinosus[] It inserts principally into its aponeurosis and fuses with the internal oblique aponeurosis to become the posterior rectus sheath.[] Deep inguinal ring: in the transversalis fascia Anterior wall: int. abdominal oblique muscle (laterally) and external abdominal oblique aponeurosis (medially) Roof: falx[]

  • Pelvic Declination

    Ischiocrural muscles or hamstrings Collective name for the long head of the biceps femoris muscle, the semitendinosus muscle and the semimembranosus muscle.[] Trochanteric bursitis The extensive bursa between the great trochanter and the gluteal aponeurosis may be a site of infection.[] […] lateral side: tensor fascia latae muscle on the medial side: adductors on the dorsal side of the upper leg: hamstrings (biceps femoris muscle, semimembranosus muscle and semitendinosus[]

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