tensor fascia lata muscle

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tensor fascia lata muscle

Thigh muscle. Origin: iliac crest, anterior superior iliac spine. Insertion: iliotibial tract of fascia lata. Nerve: superior gluteal (L4-L5). Action: stabilizes (abducts) thigh, extends and laterally rotates leg.
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Fragments of CNS, spinal cord, sciatic nerve, femoral nerve, sartorius, tensor fasciae latae, quadriceps and gluteus muscle were fixed in 10% formalin, processed routinely and embedded in paraffin.
There were significant difference in muscle activation at time IR between the four evaluations for gluteus medius (DG p = 0.0095; HG p = 0.0064) and tensor fasciae latae (DG p = 0.0393; HG p = 0.0157).
Krebs, "Brachial plexus innervated, functional tensor fasciae latae muscle transfer for controlling a utah arm after dislocation of the shoulder caused by an electrical burn," Journal of Trauma--Injury, Infection and Critical Care, vol.
Coleman, "Role of tensor fasciae latae in abdominal wall reconstruction," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, vol.
Buchan, "Our clinical experience with the tensor fasciae latae myocutaneous flap," British Journal of Plastic Surgery, vol.
Moriguchi, "Free tensor fasciae latae perforator flap for the reconstruction of defects in the extremities," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, vol.
Caption: Figure 1: Longitudinal ultrasound images in a 52-year-old male with pain and tenderness at the anterior iliac crest secondary to tensor fasciae latae tendinosis.
Although there are limited reports on intramuscular fat content for individual pork cut, the current data revealed that tensor fasciae latae and latissimus dorsi muscles contained the highest chemical intramuscular fat (7.03% and 6.92%, respectively), while vastus lateralis, adductor and rectus femoris muscles had the lowest (1.73%, 1.67%, and 1.54% respectively).
They took samples in alive of the muscles Biceps femoris, Middle gluteal, Deep gluteal, Vastus intermedius, Vastus lateralis, Gastrocnemius, Soleus, Semimembronosus, Semitendinosus and Tensor fasciae latae, in five (5) goats of 21-30 Kg.
There are three compartments in this region, which in order of appearance (from lateral to medial) are as follows: tensor fasciae latae, gluteus medius and minimus, and finally gluteus maximus [1,2,6,14].
upper trapezius, levator scapulae, quadratus lumborum, iliopsoas, piriformis and tensor fasciae latae) than in phasic muscles, (4) and in high demand muscles more than in low demand muscles.