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A transfer to another department or division without a promotion or increase in responsibility. A lateral may not come with a raise or bonus, and the term implies that it may not be desirable.
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28) observed a fascicle length increase in the vastus lateralis muscle of both groups, although the increase was higher (20%) with the eccentric training program compared to the conventional training program.
CONCLUSION: To conclude free vastus lateralis muscle flap can be a good option for reconstruction of oronasal fistula without any significant morbidity.
Physical examination also confirmed a reduction in swelling and tenderness of the vastus lateralis muscle.
For analysis of the rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, and medialis muscles, the volunteers were seated in a back-supported extensor chair while performing a full extension of the knee associated with the dorsiflexion of the ankle.
1758 Western ribbon snake Thamnophis proximus Say, 1823 Broadhead skink Eumeces laticeps Schneider, 1801 Ground skink Scincella lateralis Say, 1823 Yellowbelly water snake Nerodia erythrogaster Forster, 1771 Western cottonmouth Agkistrodon piscivorus Lacepede, 1789 Texas brown snake Storeria dekayi Holbrook, 1836 Timber rattlesnake Crotalus horridus L.
We found fascicles from distal nerves innervating vastus medialis, vastus intermedius, and vastus lateralis consistently located on the central, and usually dorsal, portion of the proximal femoral nerve.
Radix Aconiti lateralis Preparata and Rhizoma Curcumae longae, cultivated in the Good Agricultural Practice (GAP) bases at Jiangyou Country and Shuangliu Country of Chengdu City, respectively, were purchased in the wholesale market of Chengdu City, Shichuan Province, China.
14] Edema and fatty infiltration scores were calculated in the gluteus maximus and thigh muscles (vastus intermedius, vastus medialis, vastus lateralis, rectus femoris, biceps femoris, semitendinosus, semimembranosus, adductor magnus, sartorius, long adductor, and gracilis).
1] When compared to individuals with low Q-angle (LQ-angle <15[degrees]), asymptomatic individuals with high Q-angle (HQ-angle [greater than or equal to]15[degrees]) displayed anatomical cross-sectional areas of the vastus medialis and lateralis that were approximately 10% smaller when using the Q-angle as an estimate of quadriceps muscle disorientation.