tibialis


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tib·i·al

(tib'ē-ăl), [TA]
Relating to the tibia or to any structure named from it; also denoting the medial or tibial aspect of the lower limb.
Synonym(s): tibialis [TA]
[L. tibialis]

tibialis

/tib·i·a·lis/ (tib″e-a´lis) [L.] tibial.

tibialis

[L.] tibial.
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To evaluate CSA, the fibers were analyzed in the post-injury healing process (fibers with central nuclei, right tibialis muscle) and the normal fibers (with peripheral nuclei, left tibialis muscle).
The tibialis anterior muscle flap for full-thickness tibial burns.
tibialis posterior, and insufficient strength in the peroneal muscles bilaterally.
This is a prospective study of leprosy patients who underwent tibialis posterior tendon transfer between Jan 2012 to Dec 2015 at Tagore Medical College Hospital and Research Institute.
The muscle most involved is the invertor Tibialis posterior that becomes elongated, tender and is rendered functionally ineffective on weight bearing.
2]) against stimulation frequencies (Hz) in the tibialis anterior (TA) muscles: values represent the mean [+ or -] SD (n = 8; * P < 0.
A tibialis anterior allograft was used instead of the described semitendinosus graft, and no figure eight loop was incorporated into the reconstruction.
We present a case of tibialis anterior muscle herniation due to overlying fascial defect presenting as a palpable mass detected on dynamic sonography and MRI.
In addition to reducing injury risk, taping may also influence the activity of the muscles about the ankle joint, including the tibialis anterior (TA), peroneus longus (PL), peroneus brevis (PB), and soleus (SOL), as they are not only involved in movement, but also act as ankle stabilizers (Gribble et al.
We present a case of a patient with hernia of anterior tibialis who was treated operatively.
EMG (electromyography) of the lower extremities showed normal insertional activity in all explored muscles; abnormal spontaneous activity was present in right rectus femoris; increased amplitude and reduced recruitment were present in left anterior tibialis, left gastrocnemius and left rectus femoris.