fascia of individual muscle

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fascia of individual muscle

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a fibrous membrane, usually quite thin and devoid of fat, surrounding a single muscle, separating it from adjacent muscles and allowing movements between them; related to contraction.
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Rectus sheath hematoma (RSH) is a clinical entity characterized by the presence of blood within rectus abdominis muscle sheath. It may be caused by damaged epigastric vessels or rectus muscle (').
Since the prevertebral space extends from the base of the skull down to the coccyx and is contiguous with the psoas muscle sheath, it can be complicated with psoas abscess in a patient who has a prevertebral space infection.
Prevertebral abscess is one of the uncommon deep neck space infection, occupies the prevertebral space between the vertebrae bodies and prevertebral fascia, and extends from the base of the skull to the coccyx, thus allowing organisms to spread down as far as the psoas muscle sheath [1, 2].
Moreover, the ectocolon of children is mild; therefore, the intestinal canal is easy to be pulled out from the muscle sheath of the rectum.
Optic nerve involvement in the form of neuritis or ischaemic neuropathy has been reported and tenosynovitis of the superior oblique muscle sheath (Brown's syndrome) is also an occasional manifestation.
That syndrome causes painful swelling of muscle tissue, and in extreme cases the muscle sheath, or compartment, must be surgically opened to relieve pressure and prevent nerve and muscle damage.
Following corticosteroid infiltration around the muscle sheath, brief immobilisation, physiotherapy and strengthening and ankle rehabilitation, he returned to sport after 4 weeks.
The anterior rectus muscle sheath is left open, a skin lipectomy is performed, and drains are placed--one on the mesh and the other under the skin layer (Fig.
We thought that vigorous cough attacks in our patient with bronchitis probably caused rectus muscle sheath hematoma in the base of oral anticoagulant drugs use.
Thirty female dogs underwent abdominal surgery, which consisted of a lateral and transverse incision below the umbilical scar in order to ascertain the healing of the peritoneum and internal rectus abdominis muscle sheath by secondary intention based on the premise that healing of peritoneal defects depends on the proliferation of the underlying connective cells, whereas aponeurosis heals by ingrowth of cells from the cut edges.
Depending on the meat, the "sinew" (muscle sheath) can be "skinned" free of the meat in the same manner as skinning a carcass.
Also along the periphery of the muscle sheath are muscle nuclei and motor nerve terminals.