AM = posterior portion of adductor magnus, C = cervical, ES = erector spinae, F = female, GM = gluteus maximus, GMed = gluteus medius, M = male, QL = qua- dratus lumborum, S = subject, SM = semimembranosus
, T = thoracic.
Gluteal bolge duzeyinde siyatik sinir yaralanmalarinda, semitendinosus, semimembranosus
ve biseps femoris (kisa ve uzun baslari) ile tibial ve peroneal sinir innervasyonlu kaslarda bulgulara rastlanir.
The upper triangle is bounded medially by the semimembranosus
muscle and overlying semitendinosus tendon.
The hamstrings comprise three large muscles, namely semitendinosus, semimembranosus
and biceps femoris which originate from the ischial tuberosity.
The posterior thigh houses the hamstring group (semitendinosis, semimembranosus
, and biceps femoris), which flex the knee, extend the hip, and tilt the pelvis posteriorly.
2011), and they indicate that the H-FABP transcript abundance in semimembranosus
and longissimus dorsi muscles of all the researched breeds (Duroc, Pietrain, Pulawska, Polish Large White, and Polish Landrace) of all onto genesis stages (60-, 90-, 12, 50, 180- and 210-d-old) do not exhibit any siginificant changes.
The muscles actuating the model were right medial gastrocnemius (MEDGAS), tibialis anterior, vastus lateralis (VASLAT), semimembranosus
(SEMI-MEM), adductor magnus (AMAG1), gluteus medius (GMED1), gluteus maximus (GMAX1), and erector spinae (ESPINAE).
Four "stimulating" (positive) electrodes were placed on the motor points of the semitendinosus, semimembranosus
, long head and short head of the biceps femoris (to locate the motor points, the method previously described for the quadriceps was used).
The separate muscles become distinguishable 2 to 10 cm distal to the ischial tuberosity, with the semimembranosus
splitting off first.
In the first experiment, three different bovine muscles, Longsissimus-dorsi (LD), Semimembranosus
(SM) and Psoas-major (PM) were cut into steaks and placed on display for seven days.
1995), obturator internus (Testut, 1899), semitendinosus and semimembranosus
muscles (Bergman et al, 1984; Le Double, 1884) have also been described as attaching to the sacrotuberous ligament (Figure 3 and 4).
The hair on hind legs was removed and the skin of the hind legs sterilized with 75% ethanol, then the whole semitendinosus (ST) and semimembranosus
(SM) muscles on the right and left were dissected using scalpels, respectively.