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n. L. profundo, interior.
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El musculo flexor digital profundo (flexor digitalis profundus) presento dos cuerpos (venter) carnosos.
Flexor tendon zone II is particularly challenging; sometimes the decision for a flexor digitorum profundus only repair is made.
Edema-like signal changes or atrophy of the flexor carpi ulnaris and flexor digitorum profundus muscles may also be secondary to ulnar neuropathy.
From here, it ran as the usual radial artery as distal as the palm to from the deep palmar arch (arcus palmaris profundus).
Bilateral palmaris profundus in association with bifid median nerve as a cause of failed carpal tunnel release.
Pectoralis profundus of chicken breast samples were obtained from 10 birds (those that were used for bacterial count) randomly selected from each treatment group on day 42 and frozen at -20[degrees]C for further analyses.
Arcus plantaris profundus. Kyoto, Kai-serlich-japanische Universitat zu Kyoto, in Kommission bei, Maruzen, Kyoto, Japan, 1928.
de Jager, "The prevalence of flexor digitorum superficialis and profundus muscle bellies beyond the proximal limit of the carpal tunnel: a cadaveric study," The Journal of Hand Surgery, vol.
We would also like to take this opportunity to clarify our recommendation in Case 4, in which the patient had Jersey finger, caused by traumatic avulsion of the flexor digitorum profundus from the distal phalanx.
Hypertrophic lupus erythematosus was described by Bechet in 1942 as "lupus erythematosus hypertrophicus et profundus," with the latter descriptor emphasizing the depth of the infiltrate.
In the lower third of forearm ulnar artery terminated as a muscular branch to flexor digitorum profundus. The course & braches of radial artery were normal.
The extensor tendon inserts into the epiphysis only, whereas the flexor digitorum profundus inserts into the metaphysis or spans both the epiphysis and the metaphysis (AlQattan, 1998).