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Porokeratosis plantaris, palmaris et disseminata mit multiplen filifor-men Hyperkeratosen und Nageldystrophie.
1 Among those, porokeratosis palmaris et plantaris disseminata (PPPD) is a very rare variety, originally described by Guss et al.
After the dissection of the popliteal fossa, followed by the superficial dissection of the posterior compartment of leg, the plantaris muscle was identified and carefully isolated.
Takeda, "mRNA expression of fibroblast growth factors and hepatocyte growth factor in rat plantaris muscle following denervation and compensatory overload," Pflugers Archiv, vol.
Morton's Neuralgia nervi plantaris externi im Metatarsophalangealgelink IV St.
the reason for this has been explained with oxidative capacity, and they suggest that patients with hyperthyroidism were prone to increased metabolic activity in muscles with high oxidative capacity such as the soleus compared with less oxidative muscles such as the plantaris [15].
Lagocheirus plantaris indistinctus (Dillon, 1957), fue descrito por primera vez por Erichson en 1847 como L.
Abnormal pronation results in midfoot destruction and strait on the arch's supportive tissues like plantaris fascia will increase.
Thunder general manager Sam Presti called it a Grade 2 strain of the plantaris, which takes time to heal and strengthen because of a high re-injury rate.
It's something she'd likely have achieved before now if not for a long recovery from the operation to remove the plantaris tendon from her left leg.
The only unambiguous putative synapomorphy (found in all trees) is the character state 44(1) (Origin of the tendo superficialis hallucis from the aponeurosis plantaris including some fibers of the m.