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The tibial nerve is a branch of the sciatic nerve. The tibial nerve passes through the popliteal fossa to pass below the arch of soleus.
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Posterior tibial vein. This disambiguation page lists articles ... Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org /wiki/ Tibial" Categories: Disambiguation pages ...
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Tibial plateau fractures may be treated surgically to realign the broken bone ... A tibial plateau fracture occurs at the top of the shin bone, and involves the ...
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Posterior tibial tendonitis can become a serious problem, and rupture of the ... Surgical treatment of posterior tibial tendinitis is controversial and varies ...
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Description of posterior tibial tendon anantomy and function. ... The posterior tibial tendon lies within the calf of the foreleg. ...
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Description of Patellar tendon anatomy and injury including rupture and surgical repair. ... Fortunately, with a tibial tubercle fracture, the ligaments and meniscal ...
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tibial nerve n. One of two major divisions of the sciatic nerve , supplying the hamstring muscles , the muscles of the back of the leg, the muscles of
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tibial Pertaining to the tibia. t. crest — a longitudinal prominence on the cranial border of the proximal tibia ... football after tibial fracture? Read ...
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The tibial nerve supplies movement and sensation to the ... Dysfunction of a single nerve group, such as the tibial nerve, is classified as mononeuropathy. ...
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Tibial muscular dystrophy is a condition that affects the muscles at the front of the lower leg. ... very slowly in people with tibial muscular dystrophy. ...
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Tibial nerve dysfunction - All Information, Tibial nerve dysfunction is a loss of movement or sensation in the lower leg, caused by damage to the tibial nerve.
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The tibial nerve supplies movement and sensation to the ... Dysfunction of a single nerve group, such as the tibial nerve, is classified as mononeuropathy. ...
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INTRODUCTION Closed tibial fractures are common long-bone fractures. ... issues related to tibial shaft fractures. ... Patellar, Tibial and Fibular Fractures. ...
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Tibial nerve dysfunction is a loss of movement or sensation in the lower leg, ... of a single nerve group, such as the tibial nerve, is called mononeuropathy. ...
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Tibial torsion is an inward twisting of the shin bones and causes the child's feet to turn inward. ... The diagnosis of tibial torsion is made by a physical ...
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Tibial torsion is an inward twisting of the shin bones (the bones that are ... Tibial torsion causes the child's feet to turn inward, or have what is also ...
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