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longus

 [long´gus] (L.)
long.

longus

/lon·gus/ (long´gus) [L.] long.

longus

(lŏng′gŭs) [L.]
An anatomical term indicating a long structure.

longus

[L.] long.
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61% Table II--Statistical analysis (mean [+ or -] standard deviation) of tests with open and closed eyes, with (Y) and without (N) tape, related to postural control (COP = Centre of Pressure) and myoelectrical activity of Tibialis Anterior muscle (RMS TA) and of Peroneus Longus muscle (RMS PL).
With adductor strains, increased signal can be found within the adductor longus enthesis.
The hallmark of the disease is calcium hydroxyapatite deposition into the tendinous insertions of the longus colli musculature, a paired neck flexor, (1-3) which is not fully understood but thought to occur as a response to prior inflammation or infection, such as an upper respiratory infection, or trauma.
The descriptive statistics for the peroneus longus and tibialis anterior reaction times for the non-dominant and dominant limbs in neutral and plantar-flexed ankle positions are presented in Table 1.
Confirmation was made that the electromechanical hand would close and open when the subject shortened and lengthened the palmaris longus.
Bu cikintilarin arasindan fleksor hallucis longus kasinin tendonu gecmektedir (4).
Alternatively, the peroneus longus can be kept and a cadaver tendon used.
1) Often associated with common peroneal nerve (CPN) dysfunction, it is caused by paresis of the ankle dorsiflexor, the tibialis anterior, and the toe dorsiflexors, the extensor digitorum brevis and extensor hallucis longus.
both gastrocnemii and peroneus longus coactivated, tibialis anterior and peroneus tertius coactivated, and semimembranosus and all three vasti coactivated).
Among his perspectives are Petronius and other satyr tales, Longus and the Cinderella cycle, some royal riddles and prophecy tales, Sleeping Beauty and Our Lady's Child, aspects of the ancient novella, and some tall tales in Lucian.
A radiologic finding of an amorphous soft-tissue calcification in the longus colli muscle at the level of C1 or C2 is considered pathognomonic for prevertebral calcific tendinitis.
An MRI exam taken Monday morning revealed Fox had torn the peroneus longus tendon on the bottom of his foot.