a hamstring injury of the semitendinosus
muscle that does not affect
A recent study showed that the anatomic footprint of the semitendinosus
and long head of the biceps femoris is oval-shaped and typically measures 2.
Normalized EMG amplitude values from the biceps femoris and semitendinosus
muscles before and after stretching of the contrary quadriceps muscle in the three groups during the isokinetic leg flexion and extension movements in concentric and eccentric modes [mean [+ or -] SEM (95% CI)].
A long-term follow-up study after medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction using the transferred semitendinosus
tendon for patellar dislocation.
For all fetuses, the semitendinosus
muscle (ST) was dissected, weighed and a complete mid belly transverse slice rapidly frozen in liquid nitrogen.
Anatomic technique using semitendinosus
graft showed improved outcome over the non-anatomic procedure using hook plate.
In this study, the sensory analysis results of the samples obtained from the Longissimus dorsi (LD), triceps brachi Triceps brachi (TB) and Semitendinosus
(SMD) muscles of the Awassi and Red Karaman sheep breeds were tried to be researched by using the grey relational analysis together with which ones were more preferred in terms of breed and muscle type.
A tibialis anterior allograft was used instead of the described semitendinosus
graft, and no figure eight loop was incorporated into the reconstruction.
The samples were collected from cross-sections of the following muscles: Gluteus medius (top sirloin cap, n=9); Biceps femoris (outside round, n =1); Semimembranosus (inside round, n = 13); Longissimus dorsi (striploin, n =4); Semitendinosus
(eye of round, n =4); and Quadriceps femoris (knuckle, n =4).
After the postmortem chill period, samples of the following muscles were removed from the left carcasses: Biceps femoris (BF), Gluteus medius (GM), Longissimus (LD), Semitendinosus
(ST) and Trapezius thoracis (TT).
Use of a semitendinosus
tendon autogenous graft for rupture of the patellar ligament after total knee arthroplasty.
The anserine bursal complex, located approximately 5 cm distal to the medial joint line, is formed by the combined insertion of the sartorius, gracilis, and semitendinosus
tendons, (39) but the exact mechanism of pain is not well understood.