The hallmark of the disease is calcium hydroxyapatite deposition into the tendinous insertions of the longus
colli musculature, a paired neck flexor, (1-3) which is not fully understood but thought to occur as a response to prior inflammation or infection, such as an upper respiratory infection, or trauma.
Calcific tendinitis of the longus
coli [sic]: Diagnosis by CT.
Hastanin yakinmalarinin baslangicindan 2 ay sonra yapilan ilk igne EMG bulgulari Spontan aktivite Kas PKD Fibrilasyon L Tibialis Anterior + + L Peroneus Longus
+ + + + + L Gastroknemius - - L Biseps femoris (kisa basi) + + + L Semimembranosus - - Motor Unite Potansiyeli Tam kasi Kas Sure Amplitud Polifazi L Tibialis Anterior Normal Normal + + Hafif seyrelme L Peroneus Longus
Normal + Normal Ileri seyrelme L Gastroknemius + Normal + Submaksimal L Biseps femoris (kisa basi) Normal + + Seyrelme L Semimembranosus Normal Normal Normal Submaksimal Tablo 2.
In one of our patients we found the palmaris longus
to be absent; in this case we used half of the flexor carpi radialis tendon as a suspension sling.
The Palmaris longus
muscle is completely developed at birth while fascia lata, also used in reconstructive surgery, is not so well developed at that age (4).
Results: The incidence of Palmaris Longus
absence was 24.5 % (an overall 16.7 % unilateral and 7.75% bilateral absence with Left sided absence being more common in the cohort).
The soleus and extensor digitorum longus
(EDL) muscles were dissected free from the surrounding connective tissue10,11.
Isolated reports of the involvement of peroneal, anterior tibial, posterior tibial and extensor hallucis longus
tendons are available (11-14).
Our method of reconstruction includes anchovy formed by Palmaris longus
and radial slip of flexible carpi radialis tendon after reconstructing the beak ligament mechanism.
Teacher Velius Longus
is the latest attraction at the Roman Army Museum at Carvoran in Northumberland ...
The DF nerve also innervates the extensor hallucis longus
and extensor digitorum longus
muscles, which primarily extend the toes and dorsiflex the foot, predominantly in non-weight-bearing positions.
"He has torn the left abductor longus