tibial artery


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tibial artery

The anterior or the posterior tibial artery.
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SWV values were higher in monophasic flow patterns in the posterior tibial artery than in those without monophasic flow patterns at patient groups and it was the statistically significant difference in SWV mean values (p<0.
One patient had a normal CTA and one had an abnormal CTA, a posterior tibial artery filling defect requiring no further intervention.
The death pulse should be read on the posterior tibial artery as Tibetan medical philosophy asserts that when the death cycle takes place, dissolution or disintegration of the energies of the body begin from the lower part of the body.
8,17) If pulses are present palpation of the dorsal artery of the foot or the posterior tibial artery may be falsely reassuring as pulses can persist with a compartment pressure of >80 mmHg.
A year later (1990) the scar became increasingly tender and another wide local excision (dissecting out 2 plantar nerves, the posterior tibial artery and tendon to flexor hallucis longus) was done; histology showed plantar fibromatosis with involved margins.
The patient was taken to the hemodynamics ward where angiography is performed with digital subtraction, evidencing a 35 x 24 mm tibioperoneal trunk pseudoaneurysm at the middle third junction with the distal and occlusion of the anterior tibial artery (Figures 1, 2).
Brachial, radial, and ulnar artery were examined from the upper limbs and popliteal, anterior and posterior tibial artery from the lower limbs.
Anatomical investigation of the canine cranial tibial artery A potential source of severe haemorrhage during proximal tibial osteotomies.
The ABI measurement involves comparing systolic blood pressures of the upper extremity brachial artery with systolic blood pressures of the lower extremity, including the anterior or posterior tibial artery or the dorsal pedis artery.
One month before admission, the tumor had grown to 6 cm, and surgical repair was complicated by left lower extremity ischemia and left femoral, anterior tibial, peroneal, and posterior tibial artery thrombi that required embolectomy.
According to Mathes and Nahai, (7) TA muscle vascularisation is classified as a type IV pattern, with 8-12 short segmental branches from the anterior tibial artery, with connection at the anteromedial portion of the muscle.
After descending in the VMO to the medial side of the knee, the musculo-articular branch anastomoses with the medial superior geniculate and the anterior recurrent tibial artery.