This orientation resulted in distraction and shear forces between the hamstring insertions and ischial tuberosity
In the case of the right ischial tuberosity
, it was found that the estimated force is approximately five times greater than those obtained in the model, while the force in the left ischial tuberosity
estimated in the patient, compared with the model, showed no noticeable differences.
Physical examination: On physical examination, the following aspects of the accessory navicular should be checked: pain on tapping the prominence, pain on mobilization (translation) of the prominent medial portion of the tuberosity
of the navicular, resistance to pain when using the PTT (resisted adduction and inversion), and hyperpronation of the feet.
the first pin at the greater tuberosity
8 patients, 7 patients were treated for maxillary tuberosity
defects, 3 for retromolar area defects, 2 for oral submucous fibrosis and 5 for oroantral fistula.
Five fractures were classified as simple (isolated head-splitting fractures) and 11 as complex (associated tuberosity
Patella ligament (patella tendon)--This consists of the central portion of the tendon of Quadriceps femoris continuing from the patella down to the tuberosity
of the tibia.
The distal biceps tendon attaches to the medial border of the radial tuberosity
running parallel to the brachial artery.
The loading direction was set from top to bottom in the posterior and middle subtalar articular surface while the reverse direction was set in the calcaneal tuberosity
Ultrasound (US) examination showed a well-circumscribed, heterogenously hypoechoic, solid nodule in the subcutaneous tissues, inferior to the ischial tuberosity
, adjacent to the common hamstring origin (Fig.
This most commonly results from wear and tear from the acromion and the greater tuberosity
of the rotator cuff pinching the tendon, but it can also occur in trauma.
Este estudo retrospectivo avaliou o registro de 104 caes (117 joelhos) atendidos no Laboratorio de Ortopedia e Traumatologia Comparada do Departamento de Cirurgia da Faculdade de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia da Universidade de Sao Paulo (LOTC-FMVZ/USP) que haviam sido submetidos as osteotomias corretivas (TTA--tibial tuberosity
advancement, TPLO--tibial plateau leveling osteotomy e CWO--closing wedge osteotomy) e estabilizacao extracapsular (sutura fabelo-tibial) para tratamento de RLCCr durante o periodo de janeiro de 2006 a novembro de 2012.