EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

Synovial structures of the M. fibularis longus in cat, dog, pig, cattle, sheep and goat


, : Synovial structures of the M. fibularis longus in cat, dog, pig, cattle, sheep and goat. Anatomia Histologia Embryologia 19(2): 181-191

The synovial structures of the M. fibularis longus were studied by dissection on 23 cat, 28 dog, 20 pig, 17 cattle, 15 sheep and 17 goat limbs. Five injections with Technovit into the tarsometatarsal joint were made for each species. The dog had two tendon sheaths while all other species had only one lateral one.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 001962386

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Macher R., 1990: The synovial structures of the musculus fibularis longus in the cat dog pig ox sheep and goat. The synovial structures of the M. fibularis longus were studied by dissection on 23 cat, 28 dog, 20 pig, 17 ox, 15 sheep and 17 goat limbs. Five injections with Technovit into the tarsometatarsal joint were made for each species. The dog had two t...

Macher, R., 1990: The synovial organization of the M. fibularis longus in cats, dogs, swine, cattle, sheep and goats. The synovial structures of the M. fibularis longus were studied by dissection on 23 cat, 28 dog, 20 pig, 17 ox, 15 sheep and 17 goat limbs. Five injections with Technovit into the tarsometatarsal joint were made for each species. The dog had two t...

Diserens, K.A.; Venzin, C., 2016: Chronic Achilles tendon rupture augmented by transposition of the fibularis brevis and fibularis longus muscles. A 1 year and 8 months old castrated male Pyrenean mountain dog was presented with an Achilles tendon rupture at least 5 weeks old. The defect between the two tendon ends was 2 cm in full extension of the tarsal joint. A new technique was successfu...

Piérard, J., 1965: Note on the insertion of the fibularis longus muscle (peroneus) in mammals and particularly in the dog and cat. Canadian Veterinary Journal 6(11): 282-289

Thevenon, A.; Serafi, R.; Fontaine, C.; Grauwin, M-Y.; Buisset, N.; Tiffreau, V., 2014: An unusual cause of foot clonus: spasticity of fibularis longus muscle. The functional consequences of spasticity can be corrected by local, pharmacological or surgical treatments once the spastic muscle has been identified. However, this diagnosis can be tricky when the muscle in question is rarely involved in spasti...

Patil, V.; Frisch, N.C.; Ebraheim, N.A., 2007: Anatomical variations in the insertion of the peroneus (fibularis) longus tendon. Multiple pathologies are associated with the peroneus longus tendon including traumatic injury, tendinitis, tenosynovitis, dislocation, acute rupture, chronic tear, and avulsion fractures. While the description of insertion points for the peroneus...

Iannuzzi, L.; D.M.o, G.P., 1995: Chromosomal evolution in bovids: a comparison of cattle, sheep and goat G- and R-banded chromosomes and cytogenetic divergences among cattle, goat and river buffalo sex chromosomes. A G- and R-banding comparison of cattle (Bos taurus, 2n = 60), goat (Capra hircus, 2n = 60) and sheep (Ovis aries, 2n = 54) chromosomes at the 450 band level was made. The study revealed a large number of banding homologies among the autosomes of...

Iannuzzi, L.; Di-Meo, G.-Pia, 1995: Chromosomal evolution in bovids: A comparison of cattle, sheep and goat G- and R-banded chromosomes and cytogenetic divergences among cattle, goat and river buffalo sex chromosomes. A G- and R-banding comparison of cattle (Bos taurus, 2n = 60), goat (Capra hircus, 2n = 60) and sheep (Ovis aries, 2n = 54) chromosomes at the 450 band level was made. The study revealed a large number of banding homologies among the autosomes of...

Kim, K-Min.; Hart, J.M.; Hertel, J., 2013: Influence of body position on fibularis longus and soleus Hoffmann reflexes. It is widely accepted that Hoffmann (H) reflex amplitudes of the soleus decrease as complexity of body positions increases, but it is not known if this same mechanism of postural control is seen in other ankle muscles such as fibularis longus (FL)...

Pietrosimone, B.G.; Gribble, P.A., 2013: Chronic ankle instability and corticomotor excitability of the fibularis longus muscle. Neuromuscular deficits are common in people with chronic ankle instability (CAI). Corticomotor pathways are very influential in the production of voluntary muscle function, yet these pathways have not been evaluated in people with CAI. To determin...