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palmaris

 [pahl-mar´is]
palmar.

pal·mar

(pahl'măr), [TA] Avoid the incorrect spelling palmer.
Referring to the palm of the hand; volar.
Synonym(s): palmaris [TA]
[L. palmaris, fr. palma]

palmaris

(păl-mā′rĭs)
One of two muscles, palmaris brevis and palmaris longus.
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Caption: Figure 5 Reconstructed ulnar collateral ligament with palmaris longus autograft passed through the bone tunnels.
Clinical assessment of absence of the palmaris longus and its association with other anatomical anomalies--a Chinese population study.
Distal and proximal-free SUPBRA flap was elevated together with a 3 cm x 4.5 cm skin island including the tendon of palmaris longus, the palmar cutaneous branch of the median nerve so as to achieve a flow-through flap [Figure 3b and c].
We used a four-channel EMG device (ME3000P8 muscle tester, Mega Electronics Ltd, Finland) for recording simultaneously four muscle groups; extensor carpi radialis, palmaris longus, pronator quadratus, flexor digitorum superficialis.
Based on the above indicated observations, we studied the prevalence of the absence of both the Palmaris Longus and the Flexor Digitorum Superficialis muscles in the Saudi Arabia population.
There are seven clinical variants of which porokeratosis palmaris et plantaris disseminata (PPPD) is a very rare entity.
A ligament in your wrist, called the Palmaris Longus, is often used to replace the UCL ligament if a reconstruction is performed.
About 85% of people have what is called a palmaris longus, a vestigial muscle running from the elbow to the heel of the hand.
New host record and geographical distribution of Optatus Palmaris Pascoe 1889 (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Mexico.
Pustulosis palmaris et plantaris: its association with chronic regional multifocal osteomyelitis.
In 35% of cases, the second type joins the trunk of the ulnar artery to form a complete superficial palmar arch (arcus palmaris superficialis) [7,8].