Time-course of body mass (A), changes of body mass (B), soleus muscle mass (C), extensor digitorum
longus (EDL) muscle mass (D), EDL fiber cross-sectional area (CSA) and corresponding microphotograph (E), rotarod test performance pre- and post-RET protocol (F), and ambulation test performance pre- and post-RET protocol (G) for control, fasting and fasting + RET experimental groups.
This finding was also supported when evaluating individual muscles as instrument B resulted in significantly more muscle load at the median and peak percentiles for both the extensor digitorum
longus and the fiexor pollicis longus muscles when compared to the other instruments.
Interspace between extensor digitorum
and extensor carpi radialis brevis.
For peroneal nerve motor conduction velocity, an active electrode was positioned over the belly of the extensor digitorum
However, it has been demonstrated that FT tendon and/or FT belly are sometimes difficult to separate from the extensor digitorum
The superficial interval between the extensor carpi radialis brevis and the extensor digitorum
communis was incised and the supinator muscle belly was exposed (Figs.
; 4) Dropped toes caused by laxity of the tendons of the paralysed extensor digitorum
longus (1 case) when the ankle once again assumes the right angled position and pull of the tendons of the flexor digitorum longus shortened by the dropped foot position.
Intraoperatively, a soft tissue mass was seen arising from the extensor digitorum
brevis tendon sheath and the underlying capsule of the first metatarsophalangeal joint [Figure 2].
(16) Tenosynovitis is also a common feature of RA, particularly involving the flexor digitorum, extensor digitorum
, and extensor carpi ulnaris tendons (Figure 17).
El musculo extensor digital lateral (extensor digitorum
lateralis), fusiforme, se origino en el condilo lateral de la tibia y ligamento colateral, su cuerpo carnoso continuo por un tendon aplanado y se inserto en proximal de la tercera falange del dedo IV.
Electroneuronographic study, 11 November 2014 Motor nerve responses CMAP Normal Nerve Muscle amplitude values R median APB 2.6 mV > 4.0 mV R ulnar ADM 530 [micro]V > 6 mV R peroneal EDB 127 [micro]V > 2 mV R tibial AH 1.7 mV > 4 mV R sural Sensory nerve responses Peak SNAP Normal Nerve latency amplitude value R median Palmar 50.7 [micro]V > 50 [micro]V R ulnar Palmar 34.5 [micro]V > 15 [micro]V R peroneal R tibial R sural Point B 24.0 [micro]V > 6 [micro]V R = right; CMAP = compound muscle action potential; SNAP = sensory nerve action potential; APB = abductor pollicis brevis; ADM = abductor digiti minimi; EDB = extensor digitorum
brevis; AH = abductor hallices.
Samples of blood and extensor digitorum
longus (EDL; fast type) and soleus (SOL; slow type) skeletal muscles were collected.