Chronic stimulation of the globus pallidus internus
for treatment of non-DYT1 generalized dystonia and choreoathetosis: 2-year follow up.
showed that certain suspected cases of piriformis syndrome maybe due to sciatic nerve crushing by obturator internus
muscle, without piriformis involvement .
There have been very few case reports in the literature of acute obturator internus
or externus strains and to the authors' knowledge this is the first report involving both obturator internus
and externus without other hip structure injuries (6, 7).
Their oviducts and uterus internus
appear as two cords of cells without apparent lumen.
Endleman I and Critchley D (2008): Transversus abdominis and obliquus internus
activity during Pilates exercises: Measurement with ultrasound scanning.
CT examination of the abdomen and pelvis (with oral and IV contrast) demonstrated a large, complex, multiloculated fluid collection involving the left gluteal musculature, left illiacus muscle, left obturator internus
muscle, left iliopsoas muscle, and the left iliopsoas bursae (Figures 2A, C and D) In addition, bone windows demonstrated erosive changes in the left sacroiliac joint (Figure 2B).
The interior fixation arms anchor into the sacrospinous ligament, avoiding the external pulley effect that we have seen with other devices like the Capio, which could put constant tension on key structures, including the obturator internus
muscle and the sacrospinous ligament.
Endleman I, Critchley DJ (2008) Transversus abdominis and obliquus internus
activity during pilates exercises: measurement with ultrasound scanning.
The most commonly targeted areas are the ventral intermediate thalamic nucleus (Vim), the globus pallidus internus
(GPi), and the subthalamic nucleus (STN).
The ninth subject was diagnosed with acetabular osteomyelitis based on evidence of marrow and soft-tissue edema in the obturator internus
muscle, away from the intervention site.
Frutices vel arbores; cortex internus
ubi incisus sine vel vix cum liquore resinoso; folia distiche disposita; foliola nervatione camptodroma, translucido-punctata vel epunctata, infra plerumque papillosa; bracteolae oblongae vel ovatae, proxima les, calycem adnatae, vel frequenter patentes.
A thrombus in his internal jugular vein (Lemierre's syndrome) and an abscess in his obturator internus
were subsequently found.