Unlock Your Hip Flexors

Unlock Your Hip Flexors

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Gracilis Flap

The gracilis muscle is a long, thin muscle arising from the anterior margins of the symphysis pubis and the ramus of the ischium, and inserts into the medial surface of the tibia. Removal of this muscle does not result in any significant functional disability. The muscle derives its predominant blood supply from a muscular branch of the profunda femoris artery, and venous drainage is via two paired venae commitantes that accompany the artery. The anterior branch of the obturator nerve, the motor nerve to the muscle, is also harvested with the flap. The gracilis muscle is divided superiorly near its origin and then inferiorly at a pre-measured length that matches the appropriate length on the face that achieves the desired correction of the midfacial ptosis. The inferior edge of the muscle is split and sutured around the oral commissure described for the temporalis muscle transfer. The superior edge is trimmed to achieve the desired pull and anchored to the zygomatic arch. As in the...

Growth Of Cells In Continuous Culture In Bioreactors

Continuous culture refers to the operation of a bioreactor where the cells are removed at a particular rate and replaced with fresh medium at an equal rate. The ratio of the medium-addition rate to the culture volume is known as the dilution rate. Continuous culture may be desirable where large quantities of protein product are required for further studies, and is also of interest to the researcher for examining the potential effects of growth rate on the product. In this situation, a continuous reactor is set up with no cell retention devices. Where the researcher wishes to maximize the productivity of the given system, a continuous perfusion (cell retention) system would be used. Medium is removed at a rate corresponding to the addition rate of fresh medium but a large proportion of cells are retained in the reactor through use of suitable retention devices. The retention devices are usually either internal spin filters (supplied with bioreactors), external tangential cross-flow...

Dual Head Planar Pinhole Scintigraphy

Pecten Pubis Bone

Fig. 2.1A-C Paired dual-head pinhole scans of a normal hip joint. A Anterior scan clearly showing the femoral head (fh), acetabular labrum (al), joint space (open arrow), acetabular socket, superior pubic ramus (spr), and pecten pubis (pp). B Posterior scan clearly delineating the ischial tuberosity (it), ischial spine (is), and arcuate line (arl). C Anteroposterior radiograph showing the femoral head (fh), ischium (i), pubis (p), ischial spine (arrow), and arcuate line (arrowheads) (from Bahk et al. 1998a, with permission) Fig. 2.1A-C Paired dual-head pinhole scans of a normal hip joint. A Anterior scan clearly showing the femoral head (fh), acetabular labrum (al), joint space (open arrow), acetabular socket, superior pubic ramus (spr), and pecten pubis (pp). B Posterior scan clearly delineating the ischial tuberosity (it), ischial spine (is), and arcuate line (arl). C Anteroposterior radiograph showing the femoral head (fh), ischium (i), pubis (p), ischial spine (arrow), and arcuate...

Use Of Creatine Kinase By The Biochemist And Physiologist

There is good evidence that a large proportion of muscle ADP is bound to structural proteins and hence unavailable to ADP-utilizing enzymes such as CK. Thus ADP is bound structurally in actin so that it is not available for metabolism. But how much is bound and, therefore, how much is free A problem arises since classical means of extracting muscle involves freeze-clamping and homogenization with perchloric acid the latter releases the bound ADP so that it is measured along with the free ADP in subsequent assays. Thus, Seraydarian et al. (1962) found that approximately 80 of the ADP in frog sartorius muscle was not released using an extraction procedure that did not involve perchloric acid they used an ethanol citrate extraction medium. This work suggests that 20 of the total ADP was free and available to enzymes. Owing to doubts about the total ADP content and possible errors relating to the determination of bound ADP, it is possible that this concentration of free ADP is not...

Pinhole Collimation Of Wrist

Mouse Bone Iliac

The anterior view of the pelvis and the hip in the pediatric and juvenile age groups shows moderate tracer uptake in the acetabular fossa, triradiate growth cartilage, femoral head and neck, and trochanters, and intense uptake in the physeal plates (Fig. 4.24). The ilium, pubis, and ischium are portrayed as independent bones at this age. The ilium is indicated by horizontal hot plates and the ischium and pubis by vertical hot plates. In younger subjects the hip joint proper is totally free of tracer because the cartilaginous layers over the femoral head and acetabulum are relatively thick and the acetabular fossa is still shallow. Amazingly, pinhole scintigraphy can depict the tracer accumulated in the fovea capitis, to which the femoral capital ligament is attached (Fig. 4.24A). As bones cease to grow, tracer uptake in the fused physeal plates becomes sharply reduced and nearly completely vanishes when bones are fully mature. Thus, in adults, tracer intensely accumulates in the...

Procedures for Rehabilitation of Prolonged Facial Paralysis after Parotidectomy

Interposition nerve grafts Crossover reinnervation procedures Hypoglossal Ansa hypoglossi Cross-facial Regional muscle transfer Temporalis Masseter Digastric Microneurovascular free flap Gracilis operative risks. The algorithm in Figure 23-1 outlines a proposed decision tree based on these factors. The next step in deciding what to offer the patient is to determine the patient's goals or wishes and to assess the patient's underlying medical problems. If the patient simply wants to restore facial symmetry at rest to improve speech and mastication functions, or is a very high operative risk, static procedures such as an alloplastic sling or face lift under local anesthesia would be most appropriate. By contrast, if the patient is in fairly good health and would also like to restore facial motion, dynamic reanimation procedures should be offered. The choice of the dynamic procedure depends on the status of the distal facial nerve fibers and motor endplates. If distal facial nerve fibers...

Microneurovascular Free Tissue Transfer

The most ideal circumstance for using an innervated, vascu-larized muscle free flap for facial reanimation is a defect created by radical parotidectomy, where the flap is used for dynamic reanimation of the paralytic face and to reconstruct the soft tissue deficit at the same time. It is also indicated when the paralysis has been present for years, especially if facial atrophy is present an innervated microvascular free muscle flap will allow not only dynamic facial reanimation, but also some soft tissue augmentation. Although temporalis transfer is a good alternative to free flaps, free flaps have distinct advantages over the temporalis flap. Most importantly, free flaps can be rein-nervated with motor input from the proximal stump of the facial nerve, which would then allow potential restoration of spontaneous emotional expression. If the proximal stump is not available, such as after resection of a cerebropontine angle tumor, a sural nerve graft can be interposed between the nerve...

Background Information

The first plant chromosome suspension for flow cytometric analysis was prepared using suspension-cultured cells of Haplopappus gracilis (De Laat and Blaas, 1984). Subsequently, chromosomes were isolated from cultured cells of Lycopersicon esculentum, L. pennellii, and Triticum aestivum (Aru-muganathan et al., 1991, 1994 Wang et al., 1992). Cell suspensions appear to be an attractive system for chromosome isolation mainly because large numbers of cells can be grown and manipulated under defined conditions. However, they have certain disadvantages, the most serious being their karyological instability.

Protein Electroblotting In Semidry Systems

It is possible to transfer multiple gels simultaneously using semidry blotting. As shown in Figure 10.7.3, a sheet of porous cellophane (Hoefer Pharmacia) or dialysis membrane (Bio-Rad or Sartorius), preequilibrated for 5 min in transfer buffer, can be placed between the transfer stacks to prevent proteins from migrating onto an adjacent transfer stack membrane. However, proteins on the gel closest to the anode tend to be transferred more efficiently thus, transferring multiple gels simultaneously is not recommended for critical applications such as protein sequencing.

NOC Risk Detection

Assess infant up to 2 months of age for frank breech birth, cesarean birth, hip joint laxity or dislocation (Ortolani or Barlow test), degree of dysplasia or dislocation, shortened limb on the affected side (telescoping), broadened perineum, asymmetry of thigh and gluteal folds with increased number of folds and flattened buttocks.

Rectus Abdominis Flap

Its motor nerves from cephalad to caudad direction. The vascular pedicle is readily identified on the posterior surface of the muscle and dissected down to its origin at the external iliac vessels. After isolating the pedicle, the muscle is then transected inferiorly off of the symphysis pubis. The vascular pedicle is then transected and the flap is transferred to the face. The muscle insetting and neurovascular anastomosis are performed as described for the gracilis flap. The transverse tendinous inscriptions of the rectus muscle help hold the sutures that are placed through the muscle for anchoring. When reconstructing large skin and soft tissue defects over the parotid region, an ipsilateral rectus myocutaneous flap with the skin paddle placed in an oblique orientation is ideal. This flap design allows the rectus muscle to be suspended between the zygomatic arch and the lip for facial reanimation, and the bulky obliquely oriented skin paddle then provides both skin coverage and...

Neonatal and Infantile Osteomyelitis

Bone Scan Cold Spot

Fig. 6.18A, B Simultaneous demonstration of primary infective osseous focus and secondary pyarthrosis. A Anterior spot scintigraph of the pelvis and lower limbs in a 15-day-old baby girl running a high fever shows intense tracer uptake in the proximal left femur without detail (arrows). B Anterior pinhole scintigraph clearly localizes the abnormal uptake in the left proximal femur, establishing the diagnosis of osteomyelitis (arrowheads). The hip joint is subluxed with the adducted femoral neck due to secondary pyarthrosis (curved arrow). As yet no ossification centers have developed in the femoral heads Fig. 6.18A, B Simultaneous demonstration of primary infective osseous focus and secondary pyarthrosis. A Anterior spot scintigraph of the pelvis and lower limbs in a 15-day-old baby girl running a high fever shows intense tracer uptake in the proximal left femur without detail (arrows). B Anterior pinhole scintigraph clearly localizes the abnormal uptake in the left proximal femur,...

Deficient Knowledge

Teach parents and child that hip pain or stiffness that is constant or intermittent with involvement of the knee or thigh, limited ROM of the hip joint, a limp on the affected side may indicate aseptic necrosis of the femoral capital epiphysis with degenerative changes in the femoral Prevents degeneration of the hip joint caused by femoral damage resulting from weight-bearing activities prolonged bed rest is no longer required.

Deutzia Deutzia Hydrangeaceae

There are seventy species of Deutzia native to the Himalayas, China, and Japan all have proved hardy and reliable shrubs. The Himalayan D. corymbosa was the first introduction in about 1830, but was soon eclipsed by the Japanese D. crenata and D. gracilis (Japanese snowflower), and by D. longifolia, D. purpurascens, and D. setschuenensis, from China. Several interspecific hybrids and many cultivars have been raised subsequently, with the majority of such development taking place in France in the early 20th century.

Carcharias megalodon See Megatooth shark

At least four species of catfish were sampled by CD, and three are described in *Fish (p. 11014). One, based on a specimen taken from a running brook near *Rio de Janeiro, was Pimelo-dusgracilis Valenciennes 1836, i.e. it had already been described (see Jenyns' note in Fish in Spirits, no. 180). The other two were new P. exsudans Jenyns 1840 (also from Rio ) was found in the Collections without labels (Fish in Spirits, after no. 181), and Callichthys paleatus (Fish, p. 11314 Another specimen from same site Fish in Spirits, nos. 181 182). Of these new species, the former is now called Rhamdella exsudans (Jenyns, 1840), and assigned to the long-whiskered catfishes (Family Pimelodidae), along with what is now Pimelodella gracilis. The third, now Carydo-raspaleatus (Jenyns, 1842) is presently assigned to the Callichthyidae, a family of armoured catfishes. Additionally, Jenyns noted One of the Siluridae - very bad & thrown away (Fish in Spirits, no. 1244). And since we are at it, we may...

History of Nuclear Bone Imaging

Of various bone scintigraphic studies, this book mainly focuses on pinhole scintigraphy, a potent solution to the suboptimal specificity of ordinary bone scan, with commentary discussions on the SPECT, PET, and bone marrow scan. It is true that pinhole scintigraphy takes a longer time to perform than planar scintigra-phy, but the longer time is more than compensated for by the richness of information. Actually, pinhole scan time is comparable to or even shorter than that of SPECT. As described in the technical section, the refined pinhole technique using an optimal aperture size of 4 mm, correct focusing, and 99mTc-MDP or -HDP, the time can now be reduced to as short as 15 min. The information generated by pinhole scanning is unique in many skeletal disorders (Bahk 1982, 1985 Bahk et al. 1987, 1992, 1994, 1995 Kim et al. 1992, 1993, 1999 Yang et al. 1994). Interestingly, historically the pinhole collima-tor was the first collimator used for gamma imaging by Anger and Rosenthall...

Postoperative Evaluation

To date, we have reported the results of colonic conduit formation in 21 patients with constipation resistant to maximal medical therapy,3,45 six patients who developed a severe rectal evacua-tory disorder following electrically stimulated gracilis neosphincter (ESGN) surgery,70,71 nine patients with fecal incontinence associated with difficulty in rectal evacuation,44 and 14 patients with combined ESGN and CCC as part of total anorectal reconstruction for congenital abnor-malities.53 Initially, the sigmoid colon was the preferred site of conduit formation, but this was later abandoned in favor of the proximal transverse colon. Although regular rectal emptying was achieved with a sigmoid conduit,3 longer term follow-up revealed poorer resolution of abdominal pain and bloating in comparison to patients with a transverse site of conduit place-ment45 indeed, most patients who underwent sigmoid CCC have now had their conduits excised, the majority of whom underwent end-ileostomy...

Neurotrophic Factors And Receptors 921 General Aspects of Neurotrophic Factors

Receptors For Neurotrophic Factors

FIGURE 9.2 Axotomy models for investigating the therapeutic potential of neurotrophic factors for CNS injury. A Different neurons can be axotomized by transection (hatched boxes) of their projections (1) cholinergic medial septum neurons project through the fimbria-fornix to the hippocampal formation (2) dopaminergic neurons of the substantia nigra project through the nigrostriatal pathway to the neostriatum (3) retinal ganglion cells project through the optic nerve and central tracts to the optic tectum (not indicated here) (4) central processes of a portion of peripheral sensory neurons ascend through the dorsal funiculus to the cuneatus and gracilis nuclei (5) corticospinal motor neurons descend through the dorsal corticospinal tract in the spinal cord to innervate lower motor neurons. B NGF infusion (arrow) into the hippocampal formation can promote reentry of cholinergic septohippocampal axons that have grown across peripheral nerve bridges, S septum, H hippocampal formation. C...

Rice bean Vigna umbellata

The center of diversity of the rice bean and presumed center of domestication from the wild progenitor, V. umbellata var. gracilis, is Indo-China. It was extensively grown as a lowland crop following the harvest of traditional long-season rice varieties throughout Indo-China and extending to southern China, and into northeast India and Bangladesh. Changes to patterns of rice growing, with multiple cropping, have led to a decline in demand, but more recently there has been a renewed interest because of the rice bean's exceptionally high nutritional content. Its small seeds, when dried, are only slightly larger than rice and are eaten with or instead of rice, usually boiled. The whole plant is used as fodder, as a cover crop and as green manure.

Lumbar Myotomes

Biceps Longus Syndrom

The ventral branches of spinal nerves supplying the limbs join together to form the cervical (C1-C4), brachial (C5-T1), lumbar (T12-L4), and sacral plexuses (L4-S4). The brachial plexus begins as three trunks, the upper (derived from the C5 and C6 roots), middle (C7), and lower (C8, T1). These trunks split into divisions, which recombine to form the lateral (C5-C7), posterior (C5-C8), and medial (C8 and T1) cords (named by their relation to the axillary artery). The cords of the brachial plexus branch into the nerves of the upper limb (p. 35). The nerves of the anterior portion of the lower limb are derived from the lumbar plexus, which lies behind and within the psoas major muscle (p. 37) those of the posterior portion of the lower limb from the sacral plexus. The coccygeal nerve (the last spinal nerve to emerge from the sacral hiatus) joins with the S3-S5 nerves to form the coccygeal plexus, which innervates the coccy-geus and the skin over the coccyx and anus (mediates the pain of...

Spinothalamic Tract

Spinothalamic Pathway And Proprioception

Fibers mediating sensation in the legs are in the fasciculus gracilis (medial), while those for the arms are in the fasciculus cuneatus (lateral). These fibers synapse onto the second sensory neuron in the corresponding somatosensory nuclei of the lower medulla (nucleus gracilis, nucleus cuneatus), which emit fibers that decussate and ascend in the contralateral medial lem-niscus to the thalamus (ventral posterolateral nucleus, VPL). VPL projects to the postcentral gyrus by way of the internal capsule. Anterolateral column (protopathic system). Fibers of the protopathic pathway for somatic sensation (strong pressure, coarse touch) enter the spinal cord through the dorsal root and then ascend two or more segments before making a synapse in the ipsilateral posterior horn. Fibers originating in the posterior horn decussate in the anterior commissure of the spinal cord and enter the anterior spinothalamic tract, which is somatotopically arranged fibers for the legs are anterolateral,...

Patella

The patella, the largest sesamoid bone, is situated anterior to the knee. It is buried cranially in the rectus femoris muscle tendon and cau-dally in the infrapatellar tendon. The convex anterior surface, subcutaneous with a bursa between, is roughened to permit tendinous attachment, and the posterior or retropatellar facet is provided with a smooth articular surface divided by a vertical ridge. Along with the knee proper, the retropatellar facet is a notorious site of degenerative diseases including os-teoarthritis and chondromalacia.

Interviews

Interviews have also been used to assess psy-chopathology across cultural contexts. Structured clinical interviews such as the Diagnostic Interview Schedule (Robins, Helzer, Croughan, & Rat-cliff, 1981) and the Present State Examination (Wing, Cooper, & Sartorius, 1974) have been used widely in cross-cultural studies of mental illness. For example, the latter was used in the World Health Organization's study of schizophrenia across cultures (Jablensky, 1989). Issues of equivalence apply here because these interview schedules were developed in Western cultural contexts. Ethnographic interviews are more open-ended and presumably allow respondents to reveal their cultural conceptions of mental illness. Therefore, they are considered more emic in nature. For example, Krause (1989) conducted ethnographic interviews with ten Punjabi men and women of diverse ages to examine sinking heart,'' a syndrome of heart distress that has been compared to Western conceptions of depression, Type A...

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