Unstriated and unstriped muscle, one of the muscles of the internal organs, blood vessels, hair follicles, etc. Contractile elements are elongated, usually spindle-shaped cells with centrally located nuclei. Smooth muscle fibers are bound together into sheets or bundles by reticular fibers and frequently elastic nets are also abundant. (From Stedman, 25th ed)
Muscle Fibers, Skeletal
Large, multinucleate single cells, either cylindrical or prismatic in shape, that form the basic unit of SKELETAL MUSCLE. They consist of MYOFIBRILS enclosed within and attached to the SARCOLEMMA. They are derived from the fusion of skeletal myoblasts (MYOBLASTS, SKELETAL) into a syncytium, followed by differentiation.
Regional differences in fibre type composition in the human temporalis muscle. (1/103)Anatomical and electromyographic studies point to regional differences in function in the human temporalis muscle. During chewing and biting the anterior portions of the muscle are in general more intensively activated and they are capable of producing larger forces than the posterior portions. It was hypothetised that this heterogeneity in function is reflected in the fibre type composition of the muscle. The composition and surface area of different fibre types in various anteroposterior portions of the temporalis muscle were investigated in 7 cadavers employing immunohistochemistry with a panel of monoclonal antibodies against different isoforms of myosin heavy chain. Pure slow muscle fibres, type I, differed strongly in number across the muscle. In the most posterior portion of the muscle there were 24% type I fibres, in the intermediate portion 57%, and in the most anterior portion 46%. The mean fibre cross-sectional area (m-fcsa) of type I fibres was 1849 microm2, which did not differ significantly across the muscle. The proportion of pure fast muscle fibres, type IIA and IIX, remained more or less constant throughout the muscle at 13% and 11% respectively; their m-fcsa was 1309 microm2 and 1206 microm2, respectively, which did not differ significantly throughout the muscle. Pure type IIB fibres were not found. The relative proportion of hybrid fibres was 31% and did not differ significantly among the muscle portions. Fibre types I + IIA and cardiac alpha + I + IIA were the most abundant hybrid fibre types. In addition, 5% of the type I fibres had an additional myosin isoform which has only recently been described by means of electrophoresis and was named Ia. In the present study they were denoted as hybrid type I + Ia muscle fibres. It is concluded that intramuscular differences in type I fibre distribution are in accordance with regional differences in muscle function. (+info)
Neuroimaging of a wooden foreign body retained for 5 months in the temporalis muscle following penetrating trauma with a chopstick--case report. (2/103)A 48-year-old female was stabbed by her husband with a chopstick made of wood in the left temporal region during a quarrel. She suffered laceration of the left temporal scalp. At initial examination, she concealed the assault with a chopstick. Radiography showed no abnormality, so the wound was sutured. One month after the injury, a painless subcutaneous mass appeared in the left temporal region which grew rapidly for 3 months. She was then admitted to our department. Computed tomography (CT) on admission showed a hyperdense area at the center of the mass. This area was hypointense on both T1- and T2-weighted magnetic resonance (MR) images. Temporalis muscle tumor with accompanying central necrosis, old hematoma, and inflammatory granuloma was considered. The mass was totally resected for cosmetic purposes and was found to be wooden foreign body granuloma. High density on CT and hypointensity on both T1- and T2-weighted MR images are characteristic of a chronically retained wooden foreign body in the living body and are useful for detecting wooden foreign bodies in the chronic granulomatous phase. (+info)
Elevated abeta42 in skeletal muscle of Alzheimer disease patients suggests peripheral alterations of AbetaPP metabolism. (3/103)The levels of amyloid-beta40 (Abeta40) and Abeta42 peptides were quantified in temporalis muscles and brain of neuropathologically diagnosed Alzheimer disease (AD) and of nondemented individuals. This was achieved by using a novel analytical approach consisting of a combination of fast-performance liquid chromatographic (FPLC) size exclusion chromatography developed under denaturing conditions and europium immunoassay on the 4.0- to 4.5-kd fractions. In the temporalis muscles of the AD and nondemented control groups, the average values for Abeta42 were 15.7 ng/g and 10.2 ng/g (P = 0.010), and for Abeta40 they were 37.8 ng/g and 29.8 ng/g (P = 0.067), respectively. Multiple regression analyses of the AD and control combined populations indicated that 1) muscle Abeta40 and muscle Abeta42 levels were correlated with each other (P < 0.001), 2) muscle Abeta40 levels were positively correlated with age (P = 0. 036), and 3) muscle Abeta42 levels were positively correlated with Braak stage (P = 0.042). Other forms of the Abeta peptide were discovered by mass spectrometry, revealing the presence of Abeta starting at residues 1, 6, 7, 9, 10, and 11 and ending at residues 40, 42, 44, 45, and 46. It is possible that in AD the skeletal muscle may contribute to the elevated plasma pool of Abeta and thus indirectly to the amyloid deposits of the brain parenchyma and cerebral blood vessels. The increased levels of Abeta in the temporalis muscles of AD patients suggest that alterations in AbetaPP and Abeta metabolism may be manifested in peripheral tissues. (+info)
EMG activities of two heads of the human lateral pterygoid muscle in relation to mandibular condyle movement and biting force. (4/103)Electromyographic (EMG) activities of the superior (SUP) and inferior heads (INF) of the lateral pterygoid muscle (LPT) were recorded in humans during voluntary stepwise changes in biting force and jaw position that were adopted to exclude the effects of acceleration and velocity of jaw movements on the muscle activity. The SUP behaved like a jaw-closing muscle and showed characteristic activity in relation to the biting force. It showed a considerable amount of background activity (5-32% of the maximum) even in the intercuspal position without teeth clenching and reached a nearly maximum activity at relatively lower biting-force levels than the jaw-closing muscles during increment of the biting force. Stretch reflexes were found in the SUP, the function of which could be to stabilize the condyle against the biting force that pulls the condyle posteriorly. This notion was verified by examining the biomechanics on the temporomandibular joint. The complex movements of the mandibular condyle in a sagittal plane were decomposed into displacement in the anteroposterior direction (Ac) and angle of rotation (RAc) around a kinesiological specific point on the condyle. In relation to Ac, each head of the LPT showed quite a similar behavior to each other in all types of jaw movements across all subjects. Working ranges of the muscle activities were almost constant (Ac <3 mm for the SUP and Ac >3 mm for the INF). The amount of EMG activity of the SUP changed in inverse proportion to Ac showing a hyperbola-like relation, whereas that of the INF changed rather linearly. The EMG amplitude of the SUP showed a quasilinear inverse relation with RAc in the hinge movement during which the condyle rotated with no movement in the anteroposterior direction. This finding suggests that the SUP controls the angular relationship between the articular disk and the condyle. On the other hand, the position of the disk in relation to the maxilla, not to the condyle, is controlled indirectly by the INF because the disk is attached to the condyle by tendinous ligaments. (+info)
Positional relationships between the masticatory muscles and their innervating nerves with special reference to the lateral pterygoid and the midmedial and discotemporal muscle bundles of temporalis. (5/103)For an accurate assessment of jaw movement, it is crucial to understand the comprehensive formation of the masticatory muscles with special reference to the relationship to the disc of the temporomandibular joint. Detailed dissection was performed on 26 head halves of 14 Japanese cadavers in order to obtain precise anatomical information of the positional relationships between the masticatory muscles and the branches of the mandibular nerve. After complete removal of the bony elements, the midmedial muscle bundle in all specimens and the discotemporal muscle bundle in 6 specimens, derivatives of the temporalis, which insert into the disc were observed. On the anterior area of the articular capsule and the disc of the temporomandibular joint, the upper head of the lateral pterygoid, the midmedial muscle bundle of temporalis and the discotemporal bundle of temporalis were attached mediolaterally, and in 3 specimens the posterosuperior margin of the zygomaticomandibularis was attached to the anterolateral area of the disc. It is suggested that these muscles and muscle bundles contribute to various mandibular movements. Although various patterns of the positional relationships between the muscles and muscle bundles and the their innervating nerves are observed in the present study, relative positional relationships of the muscles and muscle bundles and of nerves of the mandibular nerve are consistent. A possible scheme of the developmental formation of the masticatory muscles based on the findings of the positional relationships between the muscles and the nerves is presented. (+info)
Influence on myoelectric discharges of anteroposterior displacement of the mandibular position near the tapping point. (6/103)The purpose of this study was to examine the influence that the anteroposterior mandibular displacement near the tapping point exerts on the myoelectric activity of masseter and temporal muscles at a specific occluding force and to clarify the possibility of judging the mandibular position by measuring the amount of myoelectric discharge. Eight dentulous subjects were selected for the study. Surface electrodes were placed over the anterior, middle and posterior regions of the masseter muscle and over the anterior, middle and posterior bundles of the temporal muscle. Independently of the measurement region, the changes in the masseter and temporal muscle myoelectric activity which accompanied the anteroposterior mandibular displacement, were low. Moreover, when the mandible was displaced anteroposteriorly, the total amount of the myoelectrical discharge from all the recorded places, as well as the amounts of myoelectrical discharge over the middle part of the masseter muscle and the anterior bundle of the temporal muscle reached their lowest values in those mandibular positions which included the tapping point in less than half of the subjects. Therefore, this study indicates that the possibility of judging anteroposterior mandibular displacement by masseter and temporal muscle electromyography is quite low. (+info)
Excitability of the human trigeminal motoneuronal pool and interactions with other brainstem reflex pathways. (7/103)We studied the properties of motoneurones and Ia-motoneuronal connections in the human trigeminal system, and their functional interactions with other brainstem reflex pathways mediated by non-muscular (Abeta) afferents. With surface EMG recordings we tested the recovery cycles of the heteronymous H-reflex in the temporalis muscle and the homonymous silent period in the masseter muscle both elicited by stimulation of the masseteric nerve at the infratemporal fossa in nine healthy subjects. In four subjects single motor-unit responses were recorded from the temporalis muscle. In six subjects we also tested the effect of the stimulus to the mental nerve on the temporalis H-reflex and, conversely, the effect of Ia input (stimulus to the masseteric nerve) on the R1 component of the blink reflex in the orbicularis oculi muscle. The recovery cycle of the H-reflex showed a suppression peaking at the 5-20 ms interval; conversely the time course of the masseteric silent period was facilitated at comparable intervals. The inhibition of the test H-reflex was inversely related to the level of background voluntary contraction. Single motor units were unable to fire consistently in response to the test stimulus at intervals shorter than 50 ms. Mental nerve stimulation strongly depressed the H-reflex. The time course of this inhibition coincided with the EMG inhibition elicited by mental nerve stimulation during voluntary contraction. The trigeminal Ia input facilitated the R1 component of the blink reflex when the supraorbital test stimulation preceded the masseteric conditioning stimulation by 2 ms. We conclude that the time course of the recovery cycle of the heteronymous H-reflex in the temporalis muscle reflects the after-hyperpolarization potential (AHP) of trigeminal motoneurones, and that the Ia trigeminal input is integrated with other brainstem reflexes. (+info)
The course of the buccal nerve: relationships with the temporalis muscle during the prenatal period. (8/103)The aim of this study was to describe the course of the buccal nerve and its relationships with the temporalis muscle during the prenatal period. Serial sections of 90 human fetal specimens ranging from 9 to 17 wk development were studied by light microscopy. Each fetal specimen was studied on both right and left sides, making a total of 180 cases for study. A 3-D reconstruction of the region analysed in one of the specimens was made. In 89 cases the buccal nerve was located medial to the temporalis muscle; in 73 cases it penetrated the muscle; in 15 cases it lay in a canal formed by the muscle fibres and was covered by fascia, and finally, in 3 cases it was a branch of the inferior alveolar nerve. The study has revealed that in a large number of cases the buccal nerve maintains an intimate association with the temporalis muscle. (+info)
DETERMINATION OF THE LENGTH AND PENETRATION OF THE DEEP TEMPORAL NERVES IN THE TEMPORAL MUSCLE
NILTON, Alves e FUSARI BENTO DE LIMA, Fernando. DETERMINATION OF THE LENGTH AND PENETRATION OF THE DEEP TEMPORAL NERVES IN THE TEMPORAL MUSCLE. Rev. chil. anat. [online]. 2002, vol.20, n.3, pp.281-284. ISSN 0716-9868. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0716-98682002000300008.. The aim of this study is to determinate the length and the penetration point of the deep temporal nerves, in the temporal muscles. Twenty hemiheads were used, fastened in formaldehyde, of adult individuals of both sexes and of different ethnic groups. Initially, it was made the dissection of the pieces by an endocranian access, once located the nerves, we passed to the measurement of the same ones, using as reference the oval foramen and the penetration point of the nerve in the muscle. For the determination of the penetration point it was used two pre-certain lines that delimited the area of penetration of the deep temporal nerves in the temporal muscle. The first, is a line that tangency the zigomatic arch, and the second, is a ...
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Aging | Increasing the expression of microRNA-126-5p in the temporal muscle can promote angiogenesis in the chronically...
Background: miR-126-5p plays an important role in promoting endothelial cell (EC) proliferation. We thus explored whether miR-126-5p can promote EC proliferation and angiogenesis in chronically ischemic brains (CIBs).Results: Improved revascularization in moyamoya patients was correlated with upregulated miR-126-5p expression in the TM and DM. In vitro experiments showed that miR-126-5p promoted EC proliferation through the PI3K/Akt pathway. CIBs from the agomir group exhibited significantly higher p-Akt, VEGF, CD31 and eNOS expression compared with the control CIBs. The ICBP and the RCF were significantly better in the agomir compared with the control group.Conclusion: Increasing miR-126-5p expression in the TM can promote EC proliferation and angiogenesis in CIBs of 2VO+EMS rats through the PI3K/Akt pathway.Methods: We assessed the correlation between revascularization and miR-126-5p expression in the temporal muscle (TM) and dura mater (DM) of moyamoya patients. The effect of miR-126-5p on EC
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Aim: To investigate the electromyographic activity of masticatory muscles in women with myogenic or mixed TMD treated with ultrasound and ultrasound associated with stretching. Methods: Sixteen women with myogenic or mixed TMD, according to the Research Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorder (RDC/TMD), participated in the study. The patients were evaluated using surface electromyography (sEMG) of the masseter and anterior temporalis muscles, during maximum intercuspation, before and immediately after application of therapeutic resources. All patients were treated by ultrasound (US), ultrasound associated with stretching and placebo ultrasound, by turns, once a week with a one-week minimum interval between them. Results: There was greater symmetry of the masseter muscle electrical activity after ultrasound associated with stretching (p=0.03). The electromyographic values for the maximum intercuspation as well as the symmetry of anterior temporal muscle (p=0.47, p=0.84, p=0.84) and ...
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Endoscopic extradural supraorbital approach to the temporal pole and adjacent area: technical note in: Journal of Neurosurgery...
This report is the first clinical description of the endoscopic extradural supraorbital approach to the temporal pole. Temporal pole exposure by craniotomy needs wide elevation of the temporal muscle and broad removal of the lateral bone of the middle cranial fossa, resulting in temporal muscle atrophy, disturbed mastication, and poor cosmetic results. Furthermore, the lateral trajectory from the frontotemporal craniotomy does not satisfactorily expose the temporal pole. In contrast, our previous anatomical studies regarding the endoscopic extradural supraorbital approach demonstrated excellent visualization of the middle cranial fossa and temporal pole through the supraorbital keyhole, and the approach eliminated temporal muscle elevation and craniotomy.15,18,19 Therefore, mastication discomfort was avoided even with temporal pole surgery. The trajectory from the anterior direction was optimal to visualize the temporal pole, and it minimized the corticotomy on the temporal pole. A dural ...
Facial reanimation with gracilis muscle transfer neurotized to cross-facial nerve graft versus masseteric nerve: A comparative...
Facial reanimation with gracilis muscle transfer neurotized to cross-facial nerve graft versus masseteric nerve: A comparative study using the FACIAL CLIMA Evaluating System . Facial reanimation with gracilis muscle transfer neurotized to cross-facial nerve graft versus masseteric nerve: A comparative study using the FACIAL CLIMA Evaluating System
Volumetric and morphologic changes due to effect of unilateral extraction of teeth
Objective: Chewing includes the rhythmic movement of the jaw muscles. In this study, we investigated volumetric changes in the masticatory muscles and morphometric changes in the mandibular condyle due to unilateral extraction of the teeth in the sixth and twelfth weeks of life. Materials and Methods: Eighteen rats were used. The rats were divided into three groups. In the experimental groups (Groups I and II), all of the teeth on one side of the upper and lower jaws of the rats were extracted. In the control group all the teeth were intact. Volumetric changes of the masseter and temporal muscles were evaluated. In addition, morphometric changes of the mandibular condyle were investigated. Results: The measurements performed six weeks after tooth extraction did not reveal any difference in the temporal muscles between the two sides, however the volume of the masseter muscle on the side of the extraction was significantly reduced (Group I). Twelve weeks after the tooth extraction, the volumes of ...
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People dont generally think of a dentist as the healthcare professional to see for recurring headaches or migraines; yet dentists can play a role in diagnosing and even treating your condition. Thats because quite often, recurring pain that is felt in the area of the temples on the sides of the head is actually caused by unconscious habits of clenching and/or grinding the teeth. These habits, which often manifest during sleep, put tremendous pressure on the muscles that work your jaw joint, also called the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).. The fan-shaped temporalis muscles located over your temples on either side of your head are two of several muscles involved in jaw movement. You can easily feel them working if you put your fingertips on your temples while clenching and unclenching your jaw. When temporalis muscles go into spasm from too much clenching, headache symptoms may result. This is not to say that headaches and migraines are always caused by TMJ problems, also known as ...
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The present invention generally relates to computer-assisted joint replacement surgery, and corresponding navigation systems. The systems and methods presented find particular use in performing hip replacement surgery. For example, in one embodiment, there is provided a system and method for: (a) measuring a pre-dislocation positional relationship between a patients pelvis and the patients femur; (b) performing a post-dislocation femoral registration of the femur; (c) tracking the position of the femur relative to the pelvis during a reduction procedure; (d) calculating a change in leg length and a change in offset, after the reduction procedure, based on the femoral registration and the pre-dislocation positional relationship between the pelvis and the femur; and (e) conveying the change in leg length and the change in offset.
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Carnivores have a wide mouth opening in relation to their head size. This confers obvious advantages in developing the forces used in seizing, killing and dismembering prey. Facial musculature is reduced since these muscles would hinder a wide gape, and play no part in the animals preparation of food for swallowing. In all mammalian carnivores, the jaw joint is a simple hinge joint lying in the same plane as the teeth. This type of joint is extremely stable and acts as the pivot point for the lever arms formed by the upper and lower jaws. The primary muscle used for operating the jaw in carnivores is the temporalis muscle. This muscle is so massive in carnivores that it accounts for most of the bulk of the sides of the head (when you pet a dog, you are petting its temporalis muscles). The angle of the mandible (lower jaw) in carnivores is small. This is because the muscles (masseter and pterygoids) that attach there are of minor importance in these animals. The lower jaw of carnivores ...
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The present study developed the system for integrating morphological coordinates obtained with dental computer tomography and jaw movement coordinates acquired with a mandibular movement measuring device in order to enable multipoint analysis of anatomical condylar movements to be performed. The incisal paths as well as masseter and anterior temporal muscle activity were simultaneously recorded in orthodontic patients to elucidate the adaptation of TMJ after orthodontic treatment. The results suggested that adaptive bone remodeling of the TMJ might occur due to the correction of occlusion and craniofacial morphology in patients with mandibular protrusion and maxillary protrusion. Main occluding area in patients with mandibular protrusion was located in the upper first molar and the lower second molar. Spee curvature related to the posterior slope of articular eminence in the patients with maxillary protrusion. ...
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When I undertake the dissection of a human cadaver I pass a stout rope tied like a noose beneath the lower jaw and through the two zygomas up to the top of the head, either more toward the forehead or more toward the occiput according as I want the cadaver to hang with its head up or down. The longer end of the noose I run through a pulley fixed to a beam in the room so that I may raise or lower the cadaver as it hangs there or may turn it round in any direction to suit my purpose; and should I so wish I can allow it to recline at an angle upon a table, since a table can easily be placed underneath the pulley. This is how the cadaver was suspended for drawing all the muscle tables... though while that one was being drawn the rope was passed around the occiput so as to show the muscles in the neck. If the lower jaw has been removed in the course of dissection, or the zygomas have been broken, the hollows for the temporal muscles will nonetheless hold the noose sufficiently firmly. You must take ...
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Unlike most dental practices, Serenity Dental Care focuses on the Dawson Approach to dental care, which aims at treating patients in a personal and comprehensive manner. Dr. Nandra considers the whole orofacial region during exams, analyzing all factors of your chewing system, including your jaw joints, facial and temporal muscles, and teeth. This approach could save you from years of unnecessary pain, suffering, and extensive costs for multiple and repeated dental work. Although our exams are longer than most, they are significantly more thorough. We encourage our patients to work closely with our dentists to co-diagnose their dental needs. ...
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Temple (anatomy) - Wikipedia
The word templar as used in anatomy has a separate etymology from the word temple, meaning place of worship. Both come from Latin, but the word for the place of worship comes from templum, whereas the word for the part of the head comes from Vulgar Latin *tempula, modified from tempora, plural form (both temples) of tempus, a word that meant both time and the part of the head. Due to the common source with the word for time, the adjective for both is temporal (both pertaining to time and pertaining to the anatomical temple). Regarding the temporalis muscle: in English, this muscles name is the time muscle. As above, the word temporalis comes from the Latin word tempus meaning time. The muscle covers the temporal bone, or time bone, which received its name because the hair of the head covering this bone is often the first hair to turn gray during the aging process. Therefore, this region is the first to show the effects of aging.. ...
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In English, this muscles name is the time muscle. The word temporalis comes from the Latin word tempus meaning time. The muscle covers the temporal bone, or time bone, which received its name because the hair of the head covering this bone is often the first hair to turn gray during the aging process. Therefore, this region is the first to show the ravages of time ...
Applied Health Physical Therapy 810 - Radford University
1) Identify muscle physiology and its phases of metabolism as it relates to the practice of physical therapy; 2) Describe the importance of the neuron-muscular junction and its overall nerve-muscle relationship during exercise; 3) Identify and describe methods of performance and underlying principles of various exercises: passive, active assistive, and active forms; isometric, isotonic, isokinetic; positional relationships related to exercise; strength & endurance exercise; and developmental forms of exercise; 4) Discriminate the anaerobic and aerobic response to exercise; 5) Recognize and identify the various physiologic changes associated with inactivity; 6) Explain fundamental mechanisms by which the body responds to demands of physical exercise; 7) Perform various exercise formats on peers in a safe and competent manner; 8) Develop a safe and goal specific exercise program as a group project; 9) Apply precautions and concerns in various medically related pathological conditions when ...
Patent US5401170 - Measuring device and measuring method of implant structure - Google Patents
In a measuring technique used to restore a tooth with an employment of an implant structure, it is desirable to precisely determine the direction and position of bonding points in which a prosthesis is attached to the implant structure at the time of curing the tooth by of the implant structure. Upon precisely measuring the direction and position of bonding points in which a prosthesis is attached to the implant structure, measurement points are provided with the bonding points, and are taken a picture by a camera. In the picture thus taken, shape and position of the measurement points are measured by an image processor device by way of illustration so as to measure the positional relationship of the bonding points of the implant structure which is embedded in a human jaw.
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Besides the patients history, symptoms and physical examination, imaging procederes are yet another mainstay of the diagnostic management in chronic inflammatory sinus disease, particularly if surgery is intended. Imaging techniques provide information about the positional relationships between the paranasal sinuses and the surrounding structures, i.e the eyes and anterior skull base, which are mandatory for planning surgery and the patients safety.. There are basically two imaging techniques , which are eligible to address this problem. Since the 80s of the last century, computed tomography was the only available procedure with radition exposure being a major drawback. Over the last years Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) has evolved as a new technique which combines excellent image quality with significant lower radiation exposure.. In our clinic we operate a CBCT of the youngest generation to supply our patients with currently the most updated technology available.. ...
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An illumination optical system includes a light source section for emitting a beam of substantially parallel rays, a field lens for collecting the beam of substantially parallel rays, a condenser lens for introducing the beam of rays collected by the field lens onto an illumination target surface, and an aperture stop disposed at an entrance-side focal position of the condenser lens. The aperture stop and the light source are in conjugate positional relationship via the collector lens and the field lens. An optical element having different characteristics between the central region and the outer region is arranged in a path of the substantially parallel rays at a position satisfying the condition: 0.03||L/f CD||0.4 where FCD is a focal length of the condenser lens and L is a distance from the illumination target surface to a position that is, of positions on which the optical element is projected, closest to the illumination target surface.
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A biomagnetism measuring method and apparatus for determining a positional relationship of an examinee with fluxmeters in a short time. A current supply unit simultaneously supplies alternating currents of different frequencies to a plurality of oscillator coils attached to the examinee, respectively. The fluxmeters detect magnetic fields simultaneously formed by the oscillator coils supplied with the currents. Field data thereby obtained are applied through a data collecting unit to a field analyzer for frequency analysis to recognize field strengths due to the respective oscillator coils for the respective fluxmeters. The field analyzer computes positions of the oscillator coils relative to the fluxmeters from the field strengths recognized for the respective oscillator coils and known values of the currents supplied to the respective oscillator coils. Based on this positional information, information indicative of positions of bioelectric current sources measured in a separate process is displayed as
Underwater transponder calibration arrangement - CYR; REGINALD J.
An arrangement for determining the relative three dimensional positional relationship, including the horizontal separation, location, and orientation between a plurality of underwater transponders. A
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US20060289013A1 - Sleep appliance - Google Patents
A dental oral appliance for use with patients who suffer with sleep disorders, to reduce or eliminate snoring and to open the airway for a sleeping individual who suffers with obstructive sleep apnea. The appliance covers the inside (lingual) of the upper teeth and has an open palate. Retention for the appliance is provided by either clasps placed over the upper right and left molars and a retainer in the anterior area or by an occlusal coverge of the upper teeth. A raised incisor ramp that extends from the incisal tip (biting edge) of the incisors toward the lingual, or posterior raised ramps, separate the posterior teeth to reduce spasm on the temporalis muscle. A transverse, transpalatal ramp, which extends from the inside (lingual) of the upper right molars to the inside of the upper left molars, covers the tongue and holds it down, opening the airway.
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The buccal nerve provides feeling to your cheeks. Learn more about this important nerve and why your dentist might need to numb it during treatment.
What Is The Buccal Nerve?
The buccal nerve provides feeling to your cheeks. Learn more about this important nerve and why your dentist might need to numb it during treatment.
Muscle atrophy (temporalis) - Neurology - MedHelp
After two root canals, I developed muscle spasms that eventually resolve with a couple of weeks of soft diet and Flexeril. However, I noticed that my temples have shrunken in (atrophy) as I had a full...
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Buccal nerve - Wikipedia
The buccal nerve (long buccal nerve) is a nerve in the face. It is a branch of the mandibular nerve (which is itself a branch of the trigeminal nerve) and transmits sensory information from skin over the buccal membrane (in general, the cheek) and from the second and third molar teeth. Not to be confused with the buccal branch of the facial nerve which transmits motor information to the buccinator muscle. It courses between the two heads of the lateral pterygoid muscle, underneath the tendon of the temporalis muscle, and then under the masseter muscle to connect with the buccal branches of the facial nerve on the surface of the buccinator muscle. Small branches of the buccal nerve innervate the lateral pterygoid muscle. It also gives sensory branches to the cheek. The facial nerve (CN VII) also has buccal branches, which carry motor innervation to the buccinator muscle, a muscle of facial expression. This follows from the trigeminal (V3) supplying all muscles of mastication and the facial (VII) ...
Trigeminal Nerve | The Neurosurgical Atlas
Anterior division. The V3 divides into the anterior smaller and the posterior larger divisions in the infratemporal fossa. The average distance of the undivided trunk from the foramen ovale to the bifurcation of the V3 was approximately 7.7 mm (range, 5-12 mm) (Vrionis et al., 1996). The smaller anterior division gives rise to the sensory buccal nerve and the motor branches: masseteric nerve, deep temporal nerves, and nerve to the lateral pterygoid muscle. This division passes in the horizontal plane just below the pericranium of the infratemporal surface of the middle cranial fossa (Fig. 10A).. Buccal nerve. The sensory buccal nerve passes anterolaterally between the two heads of the lateral pterygoid, below the inferior portion of the temporal muscle, and deep to the mandible and the masseter muscle (Figs. 10A, 10B, and 11A). Its course is directed between the coronoid process and tuberosity of the maxilla. It emerges from the undersurface of the ramus of the mandible and the anterior border ...
Facial Paralysis - Reanimation by Temporalis and Fascia lata Dynamic Sling Surgery | Balaji Dental and Craniofacial Hospital,...
The patient suffered from a congenital lower motor neuron type of paralysis. To correct this condition, a strip of fascia lata from the vastus lateralis was first harvested. The next step of the surgery was performed through a combined preauricular and intraoral approach. The insertion of temporalis into the coronoid process was released at the infratemporal area.. The zygomatic arch was carefully cut and pushed down to free the temporalis muscle. Care was taken to preserve all the vital structures such as the parotid duct and gland in this area. This action was carried out without disturbing the deep temporal artery and nerve. Then through careful manipulation, the lower end of temporalis was identified to which an end of the fascia lata was attached. Through a nasolabial incision, the modiolus was identified. The free end of fascia lata was split into three parts - the lower part was connected to muscles of the lower lip, the middle part to the modiolus and the upper part to the upper ...
dentalaka: Standard of Care: Temporomandibular Joint Disorder
The main complaint may include orofacial pain, joint noises, restricted mouth opening or a combination of these. It is helpful to evaluate pain in terms of onset, nature, intensity, site, duration and aggravating and relieving factors. Also consider how the pain relates to features such as joint noise and restricted mandibular movement. Determine which movements cause pain, including opening or closing of mouth, eating, yawning, biting, chewing, swallowing, speaking, or shouting. The patient may also present with headaches and cervical pain. Pain may also be present in the distribution of one of the three branches of the trigeminal nerve (CN V). Pain is generally located with the masseter muscle, preauricular area, and anterior temporalis muscle regions. The pain is usually an ache, pressure, or a dull pain which may include a background burning sensation. There may also be episodes of sharp pain and throbbing pain. This pain can be intensified by stress, clenching and eating. Pain may be ...
diagnose TMJ des plaines il Archives - Meyer Dental Group | Dentist Mount Prospect
One of the most painful headache types is the TMJ Migraine Headache. These migraines may cause Auras that are a sense of an impending migraine coming, affect vision, cause nausea, photosensitivity and severe pain. TMJ headaches and migraines are often related to a malocclusion (a bad or imbalanced bite) and TMJ treatments can effectively prevent TMJ migraine headaches from occurring. Common migraines are now understood to be the result of an increase in blood pressure or volume within the lining of the brain called the Dura Mater.. TMJ (Temporo Mandibular Joint) Tension headaches and migraines can also be the direct result of muscle knots in the temple area on the side of your head. This muscle, the Temporalis muscle, can become tired and often cramps up while helping close the lower teeth to meet the upper teeth. Over-exertion of the Temporalis muscle is a direct result of a malocclusion, or in laymans terms a bad or imbalanced bite.. ...
Human Anatomy for the Artist: The Temporal Line: Theres a Kansas City That Isnt In Kansas
Several anatomical structures in this area of the head have all or part of the word temporal in their names. The temporal line, the temporal bone, the temporal fossa (which is the shallow depression on the side of the cranium), the temporalis muscle (a muscle that rests in the temporal fossa), the temporal lobe of the brain (which is the part of the brain that lies on the sides of the head), and several temporal arteries and veins (blood vessels that run through this area). The only of these that we can observe directly on the surface, though, are the temporal line and the temporalis muscle (which we can sometimes see moving when an individual is chewing ...
Temporal Bone Anatomy, Diagram & Function | Body Maps - muslimselfportrait.info
The temporal bone is located at the lower sides of the skull and directly underneath the temple. It consists of four separate pieces: the tympanic part, petrous portion, mastoid portion, and the squama temporalis. The squama temporalis is so thin that it is translucent. Scaly in appearance, the temporalis muscles
Full text of The Morphology And Evolution Of The Apes And Man
232 MORPHOLOGY AND EVOLUTION (4) Articular arteries to the temporo-inaxillary joint. (5) Buccal artery (B.A.), which accompanies the long buccal nerve into the face. (6) Posterior superior dental artery (P.S.D.) to the gums round the molar teeth. (7) Small vessels to the suctorial pad of fat (S.P.F.). (8; Two deep temporal arteries (D.T.A.), which divide and anastomose within the temporal muscle. C. In the Pterygo-maxillary region: (1) Infra-orbital artery, which passes to the face. It supplies the incisor and canine teeth and the skin and muscles of the upper lip. (2) Descending palatine artery to the soft palate, gums and mucous membrane of the mouth. (3; Ptenjgo-palatine and spheno-palatine arteries to the pharynx, nose, Eustachian tube, sphenoidal sinus and ethraoidal air cells. The occipital artery arises from the beginning of the external carotid artery and runs upwards and backwards under the cleido-mastoid and splenius capitis to end among the muscles of the neck. It gives off the ...
ANGUSTURA VERA - HOMOEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA - By William BOERICKE
Bark of Galipea Cusparia. Rheumatic and paralytic complaints-great difficulty in walking. Crackling in all joints.. The greatest craving for coffee is a characteristic symptom. Caries of long bones. Paralysis. Tetanus. Stiffness of muscles and joints. Oversensitive.. Principal action on spinal motor nerves and mucous membranes.. Head.--Oversensitive. Headache, with heat of face. Acute pain in cheeks. Drawing in facial muscles. Pain in temporal muscles, when opening the jaws. Pain in articulation of jaw, in masseter muscles, as if fatigued by chewing too much. Cramp-pain on the zygomatic arch.. Stomach.--Bitter taste. Irresistible desire for coffee. Pain from navel into sternum. Atonic dyspepsia. Belching, with cough (Ambra).. Abdomen.--Diarrh a and colic. Tenesmus with soft stool; chronic diarrh a, with debility and loss of flesh. Burning in anus.. Back.--Itching along back. Pain in cervical vertebr . Drawing in the neck. Pain in spine, at nape of neck and sacrum, worse on pressure. Twitching ...
Açık Kavite Mastoidektomide Başarısızlık Nedenleri
Objectives: We assessed the causes of failure in patients who underwent open cavity mastoidectomy. Patients and Methods: Of sixty-three patients who had undergone open cavity mastoidectomy for chronic otitismedia, 11 patients (7 females, 4 males; mean age 35.2 years; lange 8 to 59 years) required revision mastoidectomy. Membrane repair was accomplished with the use of temporal muscle fascia and tragal cartilage; ossicular reconstruction was performed by the interposition of incus and TORP. rhe mean follow-up was 13.1 months (range 6 months to 2 years). Results: The involved ear was the right in seven and the Ieft in four patients. None of the patients, but one with nasal allergy had any immune or systemic dis- eases. In all patients cavity epithelialization was completed in a mean of 1.6 months (range 1 to 3 months). The indications for revision included residual cholesteatoma in three patients, inadequate meatoplasty and Iowering of the facial ridge in four patients, patent tuba and serous ...
Anterior Deep Temporal Artery Anatomy, Function & Diagram | Body Maps- idolreplicas.info
In the body there are two deep temporal arteries . These arteries are called the posterior and anterior deep temporal arteries . The anterior deep temporal artery and its partner are located between the pericranium (a membrane that covers the outer surface of the skull) and the temporal muscles, which
Anterior Deep Temporal Artery Anatomy, Function & Diagram | Body Maps - muslimselfportrait.info
In the body there are two deep temporal arteries . These arteries are called the posterior and anterior deep temporal arteries . The anterior deep temporal artery and its partner are located between the pericranium (a membrane that covers the outer surface of the skull) and the temporal muscles, which
Anterior Deep Temporal Artery Anatomy, Function & Diagram | Body Maps
In the body there are two deep temporal arteries . These arteries are called the posterior and anterior deep temporal arteries . The anterior deep temporal artery and its partner are located between the pericranium (a membrane that covers the outer surface of the skull) and the temporal muscles, which
Repositorio da Producao Cientifica e Intelectual da Unicamp: Muscle thickness, bite force, and craniofacial dimensions in...
Ultrasonography has been used to determine the association between muscle thickness, temporomandibular dysfuntion (TMD), facial morphology, and bite force. The aim of this study was to evaluate signs and symptoms (SS) of TMD using the craniomandibular index (CMI), masseter and anterior temporalis thickness, facial dimensions, and bite force in adolescents (12-18 years of age): 20 (10 males and 10 females) with SSTMD and 20 without (control, matched for age and gender). Ultrasonography was carried out using Just-Vision 200, and bite force measured with a pressure transducer. The measurements undertaken on the cephalograms included anterior (n-gn, n-Me, sp-gn) and posterior (S-tgo) facial dimensions, jaw inclination (NSL/ML), vertical jaw relationship (NL/ML), gonial angle (ML/RL), and overbite and overjet. The data were analysed with analysis of variance, Pearsons and Spearmans correlation and multiple regression. The SSTMD group showed a smaller bite force than the controls (P , 0.05). In the ...
Prognathism - Wikipedia
Prognathism is the positional relationship of the mandible or maxilla to the skeletal base where either of the jaws protrudes beyond a predetermined imaginary line in the coronal plane of the skull. In general dentistry, oral and maxillofacial surgery and orthodontics, this is assessed clinically or radiographically (cephalometrics). The word prognathism derives from Greek pro (forward) and γνάθος gnáthos (jaw). One or more types of prognathism may result in the common condition of malocclusion, in which an individuals top teeth and lower teeth do not align properly. Prognathism in humans can be due to normal variation among phenotypes. In human populations where prognathism is not the norm, it may be a malformation, the result of injury, a disease state or a hereditary condition. Prognathism is considered a disorder only if it affects mastication, speech or social function as a byproduct of severely affected aesthetics of the face. Clinical determinants include soft tissue analysis ...
Arteria temporalis profunda (anterior et posterior) definition | Drugs.com
Definition of arteria temporalis profunda (anterior et posterior). Provided by Stedmans medical dictionary and Drugs.com. Includes medical terms and definitions.
Groove for sigmoid sinus of temporal bone (Sulcus sinus sigmoidei ossis temporalis) | Kenhub
Groove for sigmoid sinus of temporal bone aka Sulcus sinus sigmoidei ossis temporalis in the latin terminology and part of structures seen on the midsagittal section of the skull. Learn more now!
IMAGE PROCESSING APPARATUS AND IMAGE PROCESSING METHOD - Patent application
0005] As a technique for discriminating human faces, there is an image processing method of automatically detecting a specific object pattern from an image. It is possible to use such a method in many fields such as teleconferences, man-machine interfaces, security, monitor systems for tracking human faces, and image compression. As a technique for detecting faces from an image, various methods have been disclosed in Yang et al, Detecting Faces in Images: A Survey, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PATTERN ANALYSIS AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE, VOL. 24, NO. 1, JANUARY 2002. The document describes a method of detecting human faces using some marked features (two eyes, mouth, nose, and the like) and a unique geometric positional relationship between these features, or using symmetric features of human faces, features of skin colors of human faces, template matching, neural networks, and the like. For example, a scheme proposed in Rowley et al, Neural network-based face detection, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PATTERN ...
Patent US7090689 - Surgical instrument - Google Patents
A surgical instrument of the present invention comprises a tool section provided at a distal end of the insert section, having first and second tool pieces connected to each other by a first opening/closing pivot axis, and a manipulating section provided at a proximal end of the insert section, having first and second manipulating bodies connected to each other by a second opening/closing pivot axis wherein the first opening/closing pivot axis is positioned at a first side relative to the longitudinal center axis of the insert section, the second opening/closing pivot axis is positioned at a second side relative to the longitudinal center axis of the insert section, and the first side and second side are established to obtain a positional relationship which is substantially symmetrical to each other relative to the longitudinal center axis of the insert section.
Patent US6522932 - Implantable, expandable, multicontact electrodes and tools for use therewith - Google Patents
A paddle-type electrode or electrode array is implantable like a percutaneously inserted lead, i.e., without requiring major surgery, and once implanted, expands to provide a platform for many electrode configurations. The electrode array is provided on a flexible, foldable, subcarrier or substrate. Such subcarrier or substrate folds or compresses during implantation, thereby facilitating its insertion using percutaneous implantation techniques and tools. Once implanted, such subcarrier or substrate expands, thereby placing the electrodes in a desired spaced-apart positional relationship, and thus achieving a desired electrode array configuration. A steering stylet may be accommodated in a lumen provided in the subcarrier or substrate. Insertion tools useful with such electrode arrays include a needle with an oblong cross-section, which accommodates the dimensions of the folded array, and also accommodates other electrode arrays that are not necessarily folded.
The internal mechanics of the chromosomes I-The nuclear cycle in Fritillaria | Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B:...
The nuclear cycle in plants and animals consists in the alternation of two mechanically stable systems, the resting nucleus and the metaphase chromosomes. The regularity of this alternation and the constancy of the bodies taking part in it has led to the assumption that it depends on a permanence of the positional relationship of essential elements in these bodies, that is, on a property of passing on the same structure from mother to daughter nucleus and from mother to daughter organism by the structure reproducing its like without change. This assumption has been vindicated by the demonstration at a particular nuclear division, meiosis, in the transitional and generally unstable stages of prophase between the resting nucleus and the metaphase chromosomes, of a linear arrangement of particles which is constant both in individuals and in races. The inference of this constant arrangement of particles depends on evidence of form and of function. When the inference is from form the particles are ...
Speech Pathologist Reference Sheet | DiagnosTex, LLC
Cranial Nerves CN 5 - Trigeminal - sensation of face/ motor of palate and pharynx Primary interest to SLPs are Maxillary and mandibular branches 1. Test with a wisp of cotton gently to the nostrils which should resulting the wrinkling of the nose 2. Bulk of masseter and temporalis muscle is tested by palpation of the
Most recent papers with the keyword Delayed onset muscle sites | Read by QxMD
Masticatory muscle-pain patients often complain about sensorimotor changes, but the effects of pain on the psychophysical properties remain unclear. This study aimed to investigate the effects of delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) on the jaws position sense (PS) and occlusal sensitivity (OS). In all, 12 participants underwent intense concentric-eccentric jaw exercises. Self-reported muscle fatigue and pain, pain-free maximum mouth opening (MMO), pain pressure thresholds (PPTs) at right and left masseter and right and left anterior temporalis, maximum voluntary bite force (MVBF), PS and OS were recorded before, immediately after, 24 h, 48 h and 1 week after the exercises ...
Dr Bob, Hi there. How are things? What has changed this week?. ,StE, Lots! We shared the eureka moment we had when you described the symptoms, signs and pathogenesis of carvoutosis temporalis using the Friday Afternoon Snail Mail story. That resonated strongly with lots of people. And as a result that symptom has almost gone - as if by magic! We are now keeping on top of our emails by doing a few each day and we are seeing decisions and actions happening much more quickly.. ,Dr Bob, Excellent. Many find it surprising to see such a large beneficial impact from such an apparently small change. And how are you feeling overall? How is the other pain?. ,StE, Still there unfortunately. Our A&E performance has not really improved but we do feel a new sense of purpose, determination and almost optimism. It is hard to put a finger on it.. ,Dr Bob, Does it feel like a paradoxical combination of feels subjectively better but looks objectively the same?. ,StE, Yes, thats exactly it. And it is really ...
1. Relating to time; limited in time; temporary. 2. Relating to the temple. See t. region of head. [L. temporalis, fr. tempus (tempor ), time, temple] * * * tem·po·ral tem p(ə )rəl adj of or relating to time as distinguished from space also of or
This provides attachment to the temporal muscle. Teeth sit in the upper part of the body of the mandible. The frontmost part of ... and the medial pterygoid muscle medially; the stylomandibular ligament is attached to the angle between these muscles. The ... It is the only movable bone of the skull (discounting the ossicles of the middle ear). It is connected to the temporal bones by ... It gives attachment throughout nearly the whole of its extent to the masseter muscle. On the inside at the center there is an ...
The temporal fascia covers the temporalis muscle. It is a strong, fibrous investment, covered, laterally, by the auricularis ... The superficial temporal vessels and the auriculotemporal nerve cross it from below upward. Superiorly, it is a single layer, ... A small quantity of fat, the orbital branch of the superficial temporal artery, and a filament from the zygomatic branch of the ... The parotid fascia proceeds to the temporal fascia. This article incorporates text in the public domain from page 386 of the ...
Deep temporal arteries
The deep temporal arteries supply the temporalis muscle. The deep temporal arteries may be affected by giant cell arteritis. ... They anastomose with the middle temporal artery, among other vessels. They supply the temporalis muscle. The deep temporal ... They ascend between the temporalis muscle and the pericranium. The deep temporal arteries anastomose with the middle temporal ... The deep temporal arteries are two arteries of the head. They ascend between the temporalis muscle and the pericranium. ...
Part of the temporal muscle's tendon inserts into it. https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/retromolar+fossa The ...
Temporal bone Temporal fenestrae Temporal muscle Temporomandibular joint Göksu, N; Kemaloğlu, YK; Köybaşioğlu, A; Ileri, F; ... Kwong, Y; Yu, D; Shah, J (August 2012). "Fracture mimics on temporal bone CT: a guide for the radiologist". AJR. American ... Koerner's septum is an anatomic boundary in the temporal bone formed by the petrosquamous suture between the petrous and ... 2004 Apr.}} Wikimedia Commons has media related to Temporal bone. "Anatomy diagram: 34256.000-1". Roche Lexicon - illustrated ...
Glossary of medicine
Teeth - Temple - Temporal arteries, deep - Temporal artery, middle - Temporal artery, superficial - Temporal muscle - Tendon - ... Oblique muscle of auricle - The oblique muscle of auricle (oblique auricular muscle or Tod muscle) is an intrinsic muscle of ... "Muscles within muscles: Coordination of 19 muscle segments within three shoulder muscles during isometric motor tasks". J ... Serratus anterior muscle - Serratus posterior inferior muscle - Serratus posterior superior muscle - Skeletal muscle - Skin - ...
The temporal muscle covers this area and is used during mastication. Cladists classify land vertebrates based on the presence ... Regarding the temporalis muscle: in English, this muscle's name is the time muscle. As above, the word "temporalis" comes from ... The muscle covers the temporal bone, or time bone, which received its name because the hair of the head covering this bone is ... The temple is a latch where four skull bones fuse: the frontal, parietal, temporal, and sphenoid. It is located on the side of ...
Eswaran, H.; Preissl, H.; Murphy, P.; Wilson, J.D.; Lowery, C.L. (2005). "Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Uterine Smooth Muscle ... Filler, Aaron G; Maravilla, Kenneth R; Tsuruda, Jay S (2004-08-01). "MR neurography and muscle MR imaging for image diagnosis ... Magnetomyography (MMG) is a technique for mapping muscle activity by recording magnetic fields produced by electrical currents ... Garcia, Marco Antonio Cavalcanti; Baffa, Oswaldo (2015). "Magnetic fields from skeletal muscles: a valuable physiological ...
Lateral rectus muscle
... excluding the inferior oblique muscle. The lateral rectus muscle inserts into the temporal side of the eyeball. This insertion ... The lateral rectus muscle is a muscle on the lateral side of the eye in the orbit. It is one of six extraocular muscles that ... Lateral rectus muscle Dissection showing origins of right ocular muscles, and nerves entering by the superior orbital fissure. ... The insertion of the lateral rectus muscle is around 8 mm from the insertion of the inferior rectus muscle, around 7 mm from ...
... interacts with myostatin and regulates temporal progression of muscle regeneration through modulation of myostatin ... "Nfix Regulates Temporal Progression of Muscle Regeneration through Modulation of Myostatin Expression". Cell Reports. 14 (9): ... Nfix also inhibits the slow-twitch muscle phenotype. GRCh38: Ensembl release 89: ENSG00000008441 - Ensembl, May 2017 GRCm38: ... "Enhanced exercise and regenerative capacity in a mouse model that violates size constraints of oxidative muscle fibres , eLife ...
Temporal summation is a potent mechanism for generation of referred muscle pain. Central hyperexcitability is important for the ... 1999). "Ketamine reduces muscle pain, temporal summation, and referred pain in fibromyalgia patients". Pain. 85 (3): 483-491. ... Local pain in the prostate can radiate referred pain to the abdomen, lower back, and calf muscles. Kidney stones can cause ... For example, stimulated local pain in the anterior tibial muscle causes referred pain in the ventral portion of the ankle; ...
... its fibers merging with those of the frontalis muscle. The procerus muscle is supplied by the temporal branch of the facial ... The procerus muscle (or pyramidalis nasi) is a small pyramidal slip of muscle deep to the superior orbital nerve, artery and ... The procerus muscle arises by tendinous fibers from the fascia covering the lower part of the nasal bone and upper part of the ... The procerus muscle helps to pull that part of the skin between the eyebrows downwards, which assists in flaring the nostrils. ...
Associated temporal muscle release in the region of these nerves may also be indicated. Because these nerves are very small and ... The greater occipital nerve travels through several muscle layers (including the trapezius muscle and splenius capitis muscle) ... These nerves are released from these muscles so they may lie free of pressure from these muscle structures. Small blood vessels ... or muscle tissue. The supra-orbital and supra-trochlear nerves travel through the corrugator supercilii muscle which enables ...
Squamous part of temporal bone
Its outer surface is smooth and convex; it affords attachment to the temporal muscle, and forms part of the temporal fossa; on ... The squamous part of temporal bone, or temporal squama, forms the front and upper part of the temporal bone, and is scale-like ... it serves for the attachment of the temporal fascia, and limits the origin of the temporalis muscle. The boundary between the ... The superior border is long, thin, and sharp, and serves for the attachment of the temporal fascia; the inferior, short, thick ...
Superior auricular muscle
The superior auricular muscle is supplied by the temporal branch of the facial nerve (VII). Auricula in context. Superior ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Auricularis superior muscles. Anterior auricular muscle Posterior auricular muscle This ... The superior auricular muscle is a muscle above the auricle of the outer ear. It originates from the epicranial aponeurosis, ... The superior auricular muscle originates from the epicranial aponeurosis. Its fibres converge to be inserted by a thin, ...
Focal facial dermal dysplasia
Under the temporal lesions the skeletal muscle is almost in direct continuity with the epidermis. There are at least four types ...
... below them it forms part of the temporal fossa, and affords attachment to the temporal muscle. At the back part and close to ... and the latter indicates the upper limit of the muscular origin of the temporal muscle. Above these lines the bone is covered ... The point of meeting of this angle with the occipital and the mastoid part of the temporal is named the asterion. The parietal ... Crossing the middle of the bone in an arched direction are two curved lines, the superior and inferior temporal lines; the ...
Compared to Neanderthals and modern humans, the area the temporal muscle would have covered is rather flat. The brow ridges ... The mastoid part of the temporal bone at the base of the skull notably juts out. The occipital condyles (which connect the ... The squamous part of the temporal bone is triangular like that of Peking Man, and the infratemporal crest is quite sharp.: 240- ... The base of the temporal bone is consistent with Java Man and Peking Man rather than Neanderthals and modern humans. Unlike ...
Tyler's accepted reconstruction of Sangiran 31 shows a double temporal ridge. The temporal muscles extend to the top of the ... The specimen was unusual for having a double temporal ridge (sagittal crest), which almost meets at the top of the cranium, and ... It had the same double sagittal crest or double temporal ridge with a cranial capacity of around 800-1000cc. Since its ...
Lowland streaked tenrec
The temporal muscles, sagittal, and nuchal crests are weaker compared to other tenrec species. In addition, the lowland ... Cutaneous muscles underneath the quills were confirmed and are known as quill vibrator disc; they are around 16.8 mm long and ... These cutaneous muscles were the apparatus that contribute the vibration of the quills and production of sound for ...
But, A. Boisei's skull was robust and had large temporals muscles that helped crush nuts and hard plants. It's important to ... The development of the robusticity comes from the anterior part of the temporals muscles. As a result of this massiveness size ... of temporals muscles KNM-ER 406 shows presents of shallow orbits. This species is suggested to be male and his features are the ... The big chewing muscles attached to the sagittal crest are traits of this adaptation. Following a three-month expedition funded ...
Anterior auricular muscle
The anterior auricular muscle is the smallest of the three auricular muscles. The superficial temporal artery, a branch of the ... The anterior auricular muscle is supplied is supplied by the temporal branch of the facial nerve (VII). It may also receive ... The anterior auricular muscle, the smallest of the three auricular muscles, is thin and fan-shaped, and its fibers are pale and ... Superior auricular muscle Posterior auricular muscle Auricula in context. This article incorporates text in the public domain ...
Asian black bear
The lateral slips of the temporal muscles are thicker and stronger in Asian black bears. An Asian black bear with broken hind ... Endo, H., Taru, H., Yamamoto, M., Arishima, K., & Sasaki, M. (2003). Comparative morphology of the muscles of mastication in ... and the weight ratio of the two pterygoid muscles is also much smaller in Asian black bears. ...
The temporal lines on the braincase, which anchor muscles, are located lower in P. germainepetterae. Like in aardvarks, the ...
Temporal muscle (red). Muscles of head and neck Temporal muscle.Deep dissection.Mummification process. Illustrated Anatomy of ... In anatomy, the temporalis muscle, also known as the temporal muscle, is one of the muscles of mastication (chewing). It is a ... but larger muscle fibres vary in length in the muscle and between people. The temporalis muscle is the most powerful muscle of ... The temporalis muscle is covered by the temporal fascia, also known as the temporal aponeurosis. This fascia is commonly used ...
The sagittal crest of its skull is well-developed providing a large area for attachment of the temporal muscle. The zygomatic ... arch is robust and provides a large area for attachment of the masseter muscle. This musculature and its strong mandible give ...
Non-invasive bioluminescence imaging enables highly sensitive temporal and spatial resolution of muscle stem cell regenerative ... "Rejuvenation of the muscle stem cell population restores strength to injured aged muscles". Nature Medicine. 20 (3): 255-264. ... Blau characterized muscle stem cells and showed they are dysfunctional in aging and in muscular dystrophy. She showed that stem ... Blau, Helen M.; Cosgrove, Benjamin D.; Ho, Andrew T. V. (2015-08-06). "The central role of muscle stem cells in regenerative ...
The temporal fenestra have been found with ossified fasciae, giving evidence of some type of a temporal muscle attachment. The ... Such smooth muscle interactions have been interpreted to be indicative of the tympanum and give the implications that this ... The otic region is defined by the regions surrounding the temporal fenestrae. Most notable is evidence of a deep recess that is ... The temporal crests remain quite discrete throughout the length of the skull. ...
The skulls of bears are massive, providing anchorage for the powerful masseter and temporal jaw muscles. The canine teeth are ... If they have stored enough body fat, their muscles remain in good condition, and their protein maintenance requirements are met ...
Features of the skull and mandible suggest that Phiomicetus had large temporal muscles in the jaw; combined with tooth wear ...
List of ICD-9 codes 390-459: diseases of the circulatory system
Temporal Arteritis) 447 Other disorders of arteries and arterioles 447.0 Arteriovenous fistula acquired 448 Disease of ... infarction not elsewhere classified other 429.8 Other ill-defined heart diseases 429.81 Other disorders of papillary muscle ... 429.4 Functional disturbances following cardiac surgery 429.5 Rupture of chordae tendineae 429.6 Rupture of papillary muscle ...
The temporal fossa is narrow but deep. J. monesi has the deepest insertion point for the masseter muscle (which closes the ... This is because they initially guessed J. monesi could not grind up tough plants due to having weak chewing muscles, on account ... There is a tall temporal crest arcing across the top of the skull on either side, which join at the midline to form a short ... monesi at the incisors by reconstructing the major biting muscles and their strengths. They reported 799-1,199 N (180-270 lbf) ...
... "alpha-Glucosidase isoenzymes in normal and acid maltase-deficient human skeletal muscles". Muscle & Nerve. 11 (4): 365-71. doi: ... Murphy CI, Lennick M, Lehar SM, Beltz GA, Young E (Oct 1990). "Temporal expression of HIV-1 envelope proteins in baculovirus- ...
Children of the Vault
A massive, battle-hungry man, Perro is the muscle of the Children of the Vault and is always searching for a fight. Despite ... The Children of the Vault were raised in the closed vault aboard a cargo ship, where temporal acceleration technology was used ...
Other important reservoirs include muscles and the spleen which all have the capacity to hold a high concentration of oxygen. ... doi:10.1111/j.1748-7692.1999.tb00857.x. Hutchins, J. (1996). "Spatial and temporal variation in the density of northern cod and ... however the smile is due to a lack of facial muscles and subsequent lack of facial expressions. Organizations such as World ...
The occipital and temporal regions bear the most pressure while sleeping and therefore need to be reconstructed. Frontal bone ... In addition, muscle or myocutaneous free flaps provide additional bulk that obliterates empty spaces (e.g. exposed sinuses) and ... If only skin is missing and underlying galea, muscle or connective tissue are intact, a skin graft can be used. A skin graft ... The posterior scalp skin thickness is 1.48 mm; the temporal scalp is 1.38mm; and the anterior scalp thickness is 1.18 mm. The ...
The perceived emotional valence of a facial expression is represented in the right posterior superior temporal sulcus and ... or muscle activity detected through facial electromyography, or on modern functional brain imaging may overcome this objection ...
This area links auditory and motor representations of speech through a pathway that starts in the superior temporal cortex, ... The choice phase involves efferent codes, which uses muscle groups that contribute to a response. These coding systems are ... A shadow response can reduce the delay by analysing the temporal difference between the pronunciation of phonemes within a ... Shadowing speech during a positron emission tomography finds greater stimulation of the temporal cortex and motor-function ...
... cause muscle scarring, and can lead to muscle fibrosis. BoNT injections are easier to inject, better accepted by patients, and ... CPN and celiac plexus block (CPB) are different in that CPN is permanent ablation whereas CPB is temporal pain inhibition. ... The agent of choice is injected into the muscle fibers as opposed to nerve tissue and the two work together to dull the ... Chemodenervation is a process used to manage focal muscle overactivity through the use of either phenol, alcohol, or one of the ...
Physical effects including nausea, vomiting, euphoria, muscle weakness or relaxation, drowsiness, and lack of coordination may ... "Effects of psilocybin on time perception and temporal control of behaviour in humans". Journal of Psychopharmacology. 21 (1): ...
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REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD)-in which people lose the muscle paralysis (atonia) that normally occurs during REM sleep and ... Other indicative and supportive biomarkers are useful in distinguishing DLB and AD (preservation of medial temporal lobe ... He published a book, The Study on Muscle Tone and Movement. Including Systematic Investigations on the Clinic, Physiology, ... is a parasomnia in which individuals lose the paralysis of muscles (atonia) that is normal during rapid eye movement (REM) ...
These are the masseteric nerve to masseter muscle, the deep temporal nerve to temporalis muscle, the lateral pterygoid nerve to ... It contains superficial muscles, including the lower part of the temporalis muscle, the lateral pterygoid muscle, and the ... Lower part of the temporalis muscle and masseter muscle (origin of masseter muscle:lower margin of the inner surface of ... It also gives branches to mylohyoid muscle, the anterior belly of digastric muscle, the tensor veli palatini muscle, and tensor ...
... paracingulate cortex temporal poles superior temporal sulcus. When people focus on things in a social context, the medial ... Facial expressions are signals that we make by moving our facial muscles on our face. Facial expressions generally signify an ... the left temporal and occipital regions would be activated and when emblematic gestures were involved the temporal poles would ... The amygdala, fusiform gyrus, insula, and superior and middle temporal regions have been identified as areas in the brain that ...
This is made possible by a hyoid mechanism, which is the contraction of the hyoid muscle that drives the tip of the tongue ... Extant reptiles are in the clade Diapsida, named for a pair of temporal fenestrations on each side of the skull. Until recently ... even though they lack temporal fenestrations. The group Squamata includes snakes, lizards, and amphisbaenians. Squamata can be ...
However, these authors also found that awareness of action was anticipatory to activity in the muscle underlying the movement; ... Assert differences in non-temporal knowledge (space-time independence), an approach taken for example by Boethius, Thomas ... Using functional magnetic resonance imaging with specialized multivariate analyses to study the temporal dimension in the ... and precise temporal order that the only reason to call it that is to satisfy the human habitual need for causes.... The very ...
It can be taken in various ways including by mouth, injection into a muscle, and inhalation. Common side effects with long-term ... temporal arteritis, uveitis, ocular inflammation, keloids, urushiol-induced contact dermatitis, aphthous ulcers (usually as ... reduced muscle mass, and psychosis. Triamcinolone injections can cause bruising and joint swelling. Symptoms of an allergic ... use include osteoporosis, cataracts, thrush, and muscle weakness. Serious side effects may include psychosis, increased risk of ...
He argued that the brain needed to create an efference copy for the motor commands that controlled eye muscles so as to aid the ... Bell, CC; Grant K (1 March 1989). "Corollary discharge inhibition and preservation of temporal information in a sensory nucleus ... In contrast, if the eyeball is actively moved by the eye muscles the world is perceived as still. The reasoning made is that ... Edinburgh/London Pentland Matthews, P. B. C. (1982). "Where Does Sherrington's "Muscular Sense" Originate? Muscles, Joints, ...
Except for the muscles that control the eye, which are driven by nuclei in the midbrain, all the voluntary muscles in the body ... ISBN 978-0-631-21403-8. Engel, AK; Singer, W (2001). "Temporal binding and the neural correlates of sensory awareness". Trends ... Galen traced out the anatomical relationships among brain, nerves, and muscles, demonstrating that all muscles in the body are ... The muscle coordination learned while riding a bicycle is an example of a type of neural plasticity that may take place largely ...
Areas of the skull that are covered with muscle have no underlying diploë formation between the internal and external lamina, ... The eight cranial bones are separated by sutures : one frontal bone, two parietal bones, two temporal bones, one occipital bone ... the petrous temporal ridge, and the inner portions of the sphenoid wings at the base of the skull. The middle cranial fossa, a ... Skull fractures occur more easily at the thin squamous temporal and parietal bones, the sphenoid sinus, the foramen magnum (the ...
This work also demonstrated that these spatial patterns show temporal stability of at least 20 years (now known to exceed 30 ... High altitude populations show upregulation in muscle genes associated with metabolic and signal transduction pathways compared ...
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Muscle strength, and stamina for sustained physical effort, decline in function with age in humans and other species. Skeletal ... Okano S, Lan L, Caldecott KW, Mori T, Yasui A (2003). "Spatial and temporal cellular responses to single-strand breaks in human ... reported that the oxidative DNA damage 8-OHdG accumulates in heart and skeletal muscle (as well as in brain, kidney and liver) ... Accumulation of DNA damage with age in mammalian muscle has been reported in at least 18 studies since 1971. Hamilton et al. ...
"Temporal patterns of wolverine (Gulo gulo luscus) foraging in the boreal forest." Journal of Mammalogy 99, no. 3 (2018): 693- ... As an adaptation for feeding on plants underwater, the nose is equipped with fatty pads and muscles that close the nostrils ...
More research must be done to fully understand the temporal patterns and life cycle of these jellyfish. In South Australian ... They have a strong, well-developed radial and circular arrangement of muscles and thick tentacles that are attached in clusters ... This species was identified in Largs Bay, South Australia as Desmonema rosea, but its tentacle origin and radial muscle strands ...
Temporal island of vision: It is also seen in end stages of glaucoma. The temporal islands lie outside of the central 24 to 30 ... work by contraction of the ciliary muscle, opening the trabecular meshwork and allowing increased outflow of the aqueous humour ... with temporal clear corneal phacoemulsification cataract surgery for open-angle glaucoma and visually significant cataract: one ...
... the motor region controlling muscles in the hand sometimes also controlled muscles in the upper arm and shoulder) a feature ... Failure of the temporal lobe is thought to be the cause of this phenomenon because the circuits that connect to memories get ... Temporal lobe epilepsy affects the hippocampus. Patients that suffer from this medical diagnosis are said to have a misfiring ... In Ray Loriga's 1999 novel Tokio ya no nos quiere, Penfield's method of stimulating the temporal lobes is described and ...
Static gamma activity is a "temporal template" of the expected shortening and lengthening of the receptor-bearing muscle. ... When a muscle is stretched, primary type Ia sensory fibers of the muscle spindle respond to both changes in muscle length and ... The regular muscle fibers outside of the spindle are called extrafusal muscle fibers. Muscle spindles have a capsule of ... Muscle spindles are found within the belly of a skeletal muscle. Muscle spindles are fusiform (spindle-shaped), and the ...
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However, BMI does not account for whether the excess weight is fat or muscle, and is not a measure of body composition. For ... In the developed world, the temporal trend for the reduction in sperm parameters (sperm count, motility, morphology, volume, ...
An acute medical condition is named for him: "Shermer's Neck" is pain in and extreme weakness of the neck muscles found among ... and a growing awareness of other religious beliefs that were determined by the temporal, geographic, and cultural circumstances ...
This construction included the development of all connections between the CNS and a single muscle from birth to adulthood. ... The online macaque cortex connectivity tool CoCoMac (Kötter, 2004) and the temporal lobe connectome of the rat are prominent ... Other developmental connectomes, such as the muscle connectome, retain some global network properties even though the number of ... the banks of the superior temporal sulcus, and the inferior and superior parietal cortex, all located in both cerebral ...
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Increasing the expression of microRNA-126-5p in the temporal muscle can promote angiogenesis in the chronically ischemic brains...
We assessed the correlation between revascularization and miR-126-5p expression in the temporal muscle (TM) and dura mater (DM ... Methods: We assessed the correlation between revascularization and miR-126-5p expression in the temporal muscle (TM) and dura ... Increasing the expression of microRNA-126-5p in the temporal muscle can promote angiogenesis in the chronically ischemic brains ... Increasing the expression of microRNA-126-5p in the temporal muscle can promote angiogenesis in the chronically ischemic brains ...
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Temporal Association Between Ischemic Muscle Perfusion Recovery and the Restoration of Muscle Contractile Function After ... Temporal Association Between Ischemic Muscle Perfusion Recovery and the Restoration of Muscle Contractile Function After ... "Temporal Association Between Ischemic Muscle Perfusion Recovery and the Restoration of Muscle Contractile Function After ... "Temporal Association Between Ischemic Muscle Perfusion Recovery and the Restoration of Muscle Contractile Function After ...
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Step 4: Release Temporal Muscles On The Side Of Your Head Place your hand on the left side of your forehead and repeat the ... If you grind your teeth, your cheek muscle can become stiff and tense - this motion can help release and relax the muscle. ... The massage method Setoguchi uses work to lift and relax your facial muscles and reduce swelling in your eye, neck, and jaw ... The pressure of your palm helps to lift and relax your muscles, while the circular motion helps increase circulation in your ...
Patient-specific PEEK implants for immediate restoration of temporal fossa after maxillary reconstruction with temporalis...
... temporal implants to prevent temporal hollowing following the use of full temporalis muscle flap for large maxillary defects ... After the temporalis muscle transfer, PEEK implants were fixed in place to prevent temporal hollowing. The surgical procedures ... In the surgical theater, the temporalis muscle was exposed, elevated, and transferred to the maxilla. ... muscle flap or any lesion indicating major maxillary resection and immediate reconstruction with total temporalis muscle flap. ...
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Temporal muscle recruitment pattern varied between muscles based on their function. Heavier lifting weight evenly increased the ... lifting pace affected the temporal recruitment pattern in most of muscles. The faster lifting pace increased the muscle ... Musculoskeletal-system; Biomechanics; Body-mechanics; Body-regions; Extremities; Manual-lifting; Kinesiology; Muscles; Muscle- ... The purpose of this study was to compare the effect on the trunk and upper extremity muscle recruitment when controlling the ...
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Temporal Fossa Abscess Caused by Apical Periodontitis: A Case Report
We recently experienced a case of temporal fossa abscess caused by periapical periodontitis the upper left side of the second ... We performed drainage treatment at temporal skin and normal oral bacterial flora was detected by the bacteriological ... year-old woman visited to Showa University Dental Hospital complaining of the painful swelling at the left side of the temporal ... spread to the temporal muscle in this case   . As the case of infratemporal fossa abscess, Kasahara et al.  reported ...
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Just like epilepsy of the motor cortex that results in spasmodic activation of the muscles, temporal lobe epilepsy causes the ... When Ellens vision experiences are compared with the seizures of temporal lobe epilepsy, they are found to be typical of ... 3. Following this, her behavioral traits were compared with those of temporal lobe epileptics and found to be similar. ... Other individuals, such as those with temporal lobe epilepsy, have these false realities thrust upon them. ...
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Clinical examination revealed pain on palpation of bilateral masseter muscles, temporal tendons and TMJs. Conservative ... Introduction & Aim: Gravity and muscle relaxation might cause the mouth to open during sleep, decreasing the amount of ... Conclusions: The occurrence of jaw-closing muscle contractions related to oxygen desaturations seems to be associated with the ... THE EFFECTS OF MANDIBULAR ADVANCEMENT APPLIANCE THERAPY ON JAW-CLOSING MUSCLE ACTIVITY RELATED TO OXYGEN DESATURATIONS. Kuang B ...
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The Effect of Whey Protein Supplementation on the Temporal Recovery of Muscle Function Following Resistance Training: A ... Betts, J. A., Toone, R. J., Stokes, K. A., and Thompson, D. Systemic indices of skeletal muscle damage and recovery of muscle ... Myofibrillar muscle protein synthesis rates subsequent to a meal in response to increasing doses of whey protein at rest and ... Atherton, P. J., Etheridge, T., Watt, P. W., Wilkinson, D., Selby, A., Rankin, D., Smith, K., and Rennie, M. J. Muscle full ...
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... and nerve supply of the longissimus capitis muscle and test your knowledge of the muscles of the back. Click and start learning ... Insertion: Posterior portion of the mastoid process of the temporal bone.. Insertion and origin of the longissimus capitis ... Learning muscle anatomy is no piece of cake! Simplify your studies with these time-saving muscle anatomy reference charts. ... Spinalis Thoracis Muscle. Review the attachments, actions, and nerve supply of the spinalis thoracis muscle and test your ...
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Nicolelis warns that, "Its a complex problem to coordinate the muscles to produce the kind of spatial-temporal patterns you ... Mind over Muscles. When two emerging technologies meet, paralyzed people can move their limbs - just by thinking about it. ... The protruding electrodes were connected to a computer in Peckhams lab, which fired off signals to the muscles in various ... Jatich saw wires threaded through his wrist with a needle in a trial-and-error hunt to provoke movement in the correct muscle ...
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Image-Guided Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy for IgG4-Related Ophthalmic Disease
... and MRI imaging noting expansion of the lateral rectus muscle of the right eye. Initial treatment with dacryoadenectomy and ... The patient underwent right orbitotomy with tissue exploration with a biopsy of the posterior right lateral rectus muscle, ... right dacryoadenectomy, and right temporal tarsorrhaphy. Gross examination noted an abnormally hard lacrimal gland and ... typically ocular muscles. The etiology and pathogenesis of this process is currently unknown [1, 2]. IgG4-ROD can present as an ...
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91.5 ± 8.9 ml, P < 0.001). In summary, calf muscle ES is an effective method for reducing accumulation of fluid during long ... This study investigates the use calf muscle electrical stimulation (ES) to reduce seated leg fluid accumulation. Thirteen non- ... While seated, participants received either active or sham ES of the calf muscles, according to random assignment. Participants ... The temporal patterns of leg fluid accumulation in the active and sham ES conditions are displayed in Fig. 1. The temporal ...
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- Would I still achieve forehead narrowing if I just had anterior & posterior temporalis muscle reduction without any bone burring? (eppleyplasticsurgery.com)
- The lack of fullness within the temple area can be due to a relatively deep temporal fossa, a hypoplastic temporalis muscle, or an atrophied adipose tissue layer. (plasticsurgerypractice.com)
- Aim: The aim of this study was to investigate mean electrical activity and how the anterior, middle, and posterior portions of the temporalis muscle work during mastication. (bvsalud.org)
- Electromyographic (EMG) recordings were made in anterior, middle and posterior portions of the temporalis muscle during mastication for 5 s. (bvsalud.org)
- Conclusions: There is an association between the portions of the temporalis muscle. (bvsalud.org)
- Posterior portion of the mastoid process of the temporal bone . (getbodysmart.com)
- The patient underwent right orbitotomy with tissue exploration with a biopsy of the posterior right lateral rectus muscle, right dacryoadenectomy, and right temporal tarsorrhaphy. (hindawi.com)
- The purpose of this work is to investigate by electromyographic (EMG) surface analysis whether and how the variations in the occlusion due to the correction of the posterior crossbite using a rapid palatal expander (RPE) is accompanied by changes in the activity of the elevator muscles in the pediatric patients. (thejcdp.com)
- These mutants showed abnormalities in the posterior notochord and muscle development. (exeter.ac.uk)
- It was found a significantly lower RMS value in the posterior portion showing that the anterior and middle portions of the muscle have a predominant function of maintaining movement during mastication. (bvsalud.org)
- In AD, hypometabolism involves the parietal (lateral and medial/precuneus) and temporal lobes and the posterior cingulate cortices either unilaterally or bilaterally ( Fig. 1 ). (snmjournals.org)
- Structures located within the cone (after passing through the annulus of Zinn) include the motor innervations to the rectus muscles (cranial nerves III and VI) and the afferent sensory fibers from the globe, which are carried by the short and long posterior ciliary nerves before joining the nasociliary nerve (a branch of cranial nerve V1). (medscape.com)
- We conducted a randomized, placebo-controlled study to examine the effect of 20 U botulinum toxin injected into frontal and temporal muscles in patients with chronic tension-type headache. (qxmd.com)
- Additionally, the activity in your frontal and temporal lobes decreases which negatively affects your judgment, learning and memory. (30seconds.com)
- Frontotemporal dementias (FTDs) arise from degeneration of the frontal and temporal lobes and are usually seen in patients younger than 65 y. (snmjournals.org)
- Kinematics of upper extremity and the box and electromyography of trunk and upper extremity muscles were collected. (cdc.gov)
- Electromyography is a noninvasive exam which evaluates the masticatory muscle activity by facial application of electrodes on masseter and temporal muscles. (thejcdp.com)
- Surface electromyography in the assesment of jaw elevator muscles. (thejcdp.com)
- We recently experienced a case of temporal fossa abscess caused by periapical periodontitis the upper left side of the second molar. (scirp.org)
- Temporal fossa abscess is a rare and challenging condition to diagnose and manage. (scirp.org)
- We experienced a temporal fossa abscess caused by an apical periodontitis. (scirp.org)
- We diagnosed that the temporal fossa abscess due to the periapical periodontitis of the upper left side of the second molar. (scirp.org)
- The procedure uses an orbitozygomatic craniotomy (OZ) in combination with a low temporal craniotomy and planned craniectomy from the lower edge of the floor of the the middle cranial fossa to a point in between the foramen ovale and foramen rotundum. (jtsciencevisuals.com)
- Flexor carpi radialis is the first muscle medial to your finger at the level of the apex of the antecubital fossa (where brachioradialis and the muscle converge) and is superficial at that point. (medscape.com)
- Mom: Check] Sometimes you get temporal arteritis, but not always. (vaguery.com)
- Other individuals, such as those with temporal lobe epilepsy, have these false realities thrust upon them. (scienceblogs.com)
- Just like epilepsy of the motor cortex that results in spasmodic activation of the muscles, temporal lobe epilepsy causes the same repetitive firing of neuronal circuits but in a region of the brain central for our concept of space and time. (scienceblogs.com)
- The anticonvulsant drug was developed to treat both partial seizures as are seen in temporal lobe epilepsy and neuropathic pain. (fibromyalgia-symptoms.org)
- Based off my CT scan, if you were to bone bur the temporal line, what is the most in millimetres that you could reduce and would this reduction be noticeable? (eppleyplasticsurgery.com)
- However, species whose skulls are impacted by strong muscular stresses - particularly those produced through mastication of tough food items - may not display such intrinsic patterns very clearly because of the known plastic response of bone to muscle activity of the individual. (biomedcentral.com)
- Family members have said that he sustained a swollen eye, a fractured temporal bone, fractured ribs, bruising, and a number of muscle ruptures. (texashillcountry.com)
- metacarpal bone and first dorsal interosseous muscle and toward the depth of the web space. (medscape.com)
- At the end of May 2020, a 29-year-old woman had temporal lobe headache, neck stiffness, muscle weakness, and her temperature increased to 38.5°C. Her condition did not improve for 3-4 days, and on May 29, she was admitted to an emergency care facility. (cdc.gov)
- Although the prevalence of muscle weakness in the general population is uncertain, it occurs in about 5% of U.S. adults 60 years and older. (aafp.org)
- Determining the cause of muscle weakness can be challenging. (aafp.org)
- True muscle weakness must first be differentiated from subjective fatigue or pain-related motor impairment with normal motor strength. (aafp.org)
- Muscle weakness should then be graded objectively using a formal tool such as the Medical Research Council Manual Muscle Testing scale. (aafp.org)
- Given its broad differential diagnosis, muscle weakness can be challenging to evaluate in primary care practice. (aafp.org)
- 1 Physicians must distinguish true muscle weakness from subjective fatigue or pain-related motor impairment with normal motor strength. (aafp.org)
- The differential diagnosis of muscle weakness in adults is extensive because it can occur when pathology affects any level of the neuromuscular pathway (upper or lower motor neurons, neuromuscular junction, and muscle fibers). (aafp.org)
- Table 1 lists selected causes of muscle weakness and their clinical findings. (aafp.org)
- This may cause muscle weakness, joint pain, rashes, red or purple skin spots (purpura) or ulcers. (uclahealth.org)
- In June 2001, a 70-year-old man from Kennebec County, Maine, was taken to a local hospital with generalized muscle weakness, somnolence, diarrhea, and anorexia. (cdc.gov)
- Two patients had bilateral homogeneous extraocular muscle enlargement suggestive of a myositis-like involvement of ECD-ROD. (haematologica.org)
- An electroencephalogram (EEG) indicated diffuse encephalitis, and a MRI showed bilateral temporal lobe abnormalities consistent with microvascular ischemia or demyelinating disease. (cdc.gov)
- What increases my child's risk for temporal lobe seizures? (drugs.com)
- A sensation of fear, olfactory or gustatory hallucinations, or visceral or déjà vu sensations are commonly associated with seizures originating in the temporal lobe. (mhmedical.com)
- Microarray analysis of the temporal response of skeletal muscle to met" by R. R. Almon, D. C. DuBois et al. (gwu.edu)
- Gene Ontology term enrichment of biological functions and Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes analysis showed that the gene products were mainly involved in metabolism, protein binding, and regulation of skeletal muscle development. (biomedcentral.com)
- At the protein level, 23 differentially expressed proteins were identified, which were potentially associated with fatty acid metabolism, the glycolytic pathway, and skeletal muscle growth. (biomedcentral.com)
- These results give an insight into the mechanisms underlying the formation of skeletal muscle in the Shaziling pig. (biomedcentral.com)
- Certain differentially expressed genes and proteins are involved in fatty acid metabolism, intramuscular fat deposition, and skeletal muscle growth in the Shaziling pig. (biomedcentral.com)
- Our patient initially presented with a history of recurrent painful flares of orbital inflammation, a pathologic diagnosis follicular lymphoid hyperplasia from a right lacrimal gland biopsy, and MRI imaging noting expansion of the lateral rectus muscle of the right eye. (hindawi.com)
- In addition to vascular and supraspinal influences, contraction of craniofacial muscles or central sensitization processes following continuous nociceptive input of craniofacial muscles may play an important role in the pathogenesis of tension-type headache. (qxmd.com)
- If muscle tension is important in this type of headache, then botulinum toxin could be helpful in its treatment. (qxmd.com)
- The clinical characteristics of den- from various geographic areas have reported significant gue are sudden onset of severe fever, pain behind the associations between temperature, relative humidity, eyes (retro-orbital), nausea, swollen lymph nodes (lym- precipitation and dengue distribution and transmission, phadenopathy), intense headache, muscle pain (myalgia), e.g. (who.int)
- In the last 10 years, several studies demonstrated the effectiveness and reproducibility of surface EMG in the objective evaluation of temporal muscle and masseter activity and how this evidence can be an interesting aid in dental clinical practice. (thejcdp.com)
- In this case report, EMG was used to evaluate the temporal muscle and masseter activity immediately before, immediately after, and 4 months after the RPE protocol. (thejcdp.com)
- Nanussi A, Varisco M, Cortese M, Scali J, Bianco E. Electromyographic Evaluation of Masticatory Muscles in a Young Patient with Crossbite Treated with Rapid Palatal Expander: A Case Report. (thejcdp.com)
- Hypometabolism may also involve the parietal and temporal lobes. (snmjournals.org)
- Consequently, the aim in treating the hollow temple is to provide a better overall shape to the face and a smooth transition from the peri-orbital area to the temporal hairline. (plasticsurgerypractice.com)
- We performed drainage treatment and the incision line was designed at temporal skin while paying attention to the temporal branch of the facial nerve on day 1. (scirp.org)
- A: You can't do the type of bony temporal line and anterior temporal muscle reduction that you seek through the anterior temporal incision shown in that picture. (eppleyplasticsurgery.com)
- In front of the equator it gives attachment to the tendons of the ocular muscles, while its anterior part is covered by the conjunctiva. (co.ma)
- After the last exposure, tendons from the tibialis anterior muscle were isolated, stored at -80°C, and then tested using a micro-mechanical testing machine. (cdc.gov)
- 14 ] also studied the effects of 18 months of treadmill training on rat limb muscle tendons and found that exercise had no effect on the biomechanical properties of the tibialis anterior tendon. (cdc.gov)
- I'm analysing the function of muscle-specific genes during development using genetically modified (transgenic and mutant) zebrafish. (exeter.ac.uk)
- To screen for differentially expressed genes and proteins that might be responsible for the meat quality, the longissimus dorsi muscles from Shaziling and Yorkshire pig breeds were investigated using an integrative analysis of transcriptomics and proteomics, involving high-throughput sequencing, the two-dimensional gel electrophoresis, and mass spectrometry. (biomedcentral.com)
- Sequencing produced 79,320 unigenes by de novo assembly, and 488 differentially expressed genes in the longissimus dorsi muscle of Shaziling pig compared with the Yorkshire breed were identified. (biomedcentral.com)
- Another interest concerns the chromatin-mediated temporal activation and repression of genes during stem/progenitor cell differentiation and cancer. (uth.edu)
- Previously, we and others have shown that relief of chromatin-mediated repression of promoters is a key event in the temporal activation of genes in vivo. (uth.edu)
- Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a primary cardiac disorder characterized by abnormal heart muscle thickening and caused by heterozygous pathogenic variants in genes encoding sarcomeric proteins. (cdc.gov)
- The massage method Setoguchi uses work to lift and relax your facial muscles and reduce swelling in your eye, neck, and jaw area (also known as lymphatic drainage ). (bustle.com)
- Accordingly, Facelift is a process of pulling back the facial muscles to reconstruct to their liking, more often for trying to de-age. (beautyfrown.com)
- IgG4-related ophthalmic disease (IgG4-ROD) is a relatively recently recognized ocular inflammatory entity characterized by the infiltration of IgG4-positive plasma cells into tissues, typically ocular muscles. (hindawi.com)
- It is pierced by the tendons of the ocular muscles, and is reflected on each as a tubular sheath. (co.ma)
- Learning muscle anatomy is no piece of cake! (getbodysmart.com)
- Simplify your studies with these time-saving muscle anatomy reference charts . (getbodysmart.com)
- The results indicate that the timing of muscle contraction can affect the heart rate variability even at the frequency band of respiration. (elsevier.com)
- Nakamura, Y , Hayashi, N & Muraoka, I 1997, ' Temporal effect of muscle contraction on respiratory sinus arrhythmia ', Methods of Information in Medicine , vol. 36, no. 4-5, pp. 268-270. (elsevier.com)
- Fibromyalgia is a disorder that causes intense generalized fatigue, muscle pain, joint stiffness, anxiety, irritability, heightened sensitivity to external stimuli and sleep disturbances . (fibromyalgia-symptoms.org)
- Ith coumo in the upper part of the bistoury flatwise against the profession allow in the middle temporal fascia. (perkasieborough.org)
- 2 Distal compound muscle action potential duration prolongation, found in one study to be a highly sensitive independent marker of CIDP, 6 was used as an additional criterion to those proposed by Van den Bergh and Piéret, to produce the EFNS/PNS electrodiagnostic criteria. (bmj.com)
- At this distal location, extensor indicis is the only dorsal muscle that is not primarily tendinous. (medscape.com)
- At this point, extensor pollicis longus lies immediately beneath the distal muscle bellies of extensor digitorum communis. (medscape.com)
- What are the signs and symptoms of a temporal lobe seizure? (drugs.com)
- dysplasia with fibrosis of the muscular layer of an artery wall, with collagen deposition and hyperplasia of smooth muscle, causing stenosis and hypertension. (en-academic.com)
- The longissimus capitis muscle is a long flat muscle on the side of the neck. (getbodysmart.com)
- The influence of occlusion on jaw and neck muscle activity: a surface EMG study in healthy young audults. (thejcdp.com)
- Computerized tomography (CT) images at that time demonstrated enlargement of the right lacrimal gland and increased size of the right lateral rectus muscle. (hindawi.com)
- Cranial nerve VI (abducens) innervates the lateral rectus muscle. (medscape.com)
- This injection provides akinesia of the extraocular muscles by blocking cranial nerves II, III, and VI, which prevents movement of the globe. (medscape.com)
- While cranial nerves III and VI pass within the cone, cranial nerve IV travels outside of the muscle cone to innervate the superior oblique muscle. (medscape.com)
- they are named the medial and lateral check ligaments, because they probably limit the action of the corresponding muscles. (co.ma)
- Have You Ever Seen Shock Hair Loss In Temporal Reduction Surgery? (eppleyplasticsurgery.com)
- What is a temporal lobe seizure? (drugs.com)
- A temporal lobe seizure starts in the temporal lobe of the brain. (drugs.com)
- A temporal lobe seizure is called a focal seizure because it starts in one part of your child's brain. (drugs.com)
- How is a temporal lobe seizure diagnosed? (drugs.com)
- Nose wiping is common after a temporal lobe seizure. (drugs.com)
- A temporal lobe seizure may not show up on an EEG. (drugs.com)
- How is a temporal lobe seizure treated? (drugs.com)
- The Rheumatology Department at Kernodle Clinic provides evaluation and management of patients with various types of arthritis including rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and gout as well as patients with systemic inflammatory diseases such as scleroderma, lupus, polymyalgia rheumatic, and temporal arthritis. (kernodle.com)
- The protruding electrodes were connected to a computer in Peckham's lab, which fired off signals to the muscles in various configurations. (technologyreview.com)
- Pushing his shoulder forward, the joystick signals a computer carried on his wheelchair, which then sends a series of timed electrical pulses to eight platinum electrodes implanted next to nerves feeding the muscles that close his hand. (technologyreview.com)
- Optic nerve proceeds gradually in front, to the muscles which has designated by ibe time. (perkasieborough.org)
- branch of radial nerve 'movable mass' of muscles. (medscape.com)
- The olfactory organ to the central poles, Buy Xanax Locally both the temporal nerve and may unite. (secretdeparis.com)
- Cranial nerve IV (trochlear) innervates the superior oblique muscle. (medscape.com)
- Cranial nerve III (oculomotor) innervates all other extraocular muscles. (medscape.com)
- These treatments function by briefly obstructing nerve signals and also muscle contractions in the areas where they're injected. (collagenrestore.net)
- This is the ultimate whey protein and bcaa supplement to increase muscle metabolism. (bestpricenutrition.com)
- With time, the levator palpebrae superioris and Müller's muscle become hypertrophic, fibrotic, and adherent to orbital tissues. (eyewiki.org)
- Alert the physician or suckle practitioner at the drop of a hat if any of these signs of progression to orbital cellulitis come off: conjunctival redness, difference in materialization, torture with orb move, perception muscle impotence or paralysis, or proptosis. (daubnet.com)
- With this disorder, sleep patterns are irregular, and patients often complain about muscle tension and headaches. (safeharbortreatmentcenter.com)
- When her left arm suddenly hurt, she figured it was due to muscle aches from carrying around a new baby. (cdc.gov)
- Also as expected, the main variation was in the muzzle, zygomatic arches, and masticatory muscle attachments of the mandibular ramus. (biomedcentral.com)
- Insertion and origin of the longissimus capitis muscle. (getbodysmart.com)
- The purpose of this investigation was to compare the heart rate variability at respiratory frequency (HRV(RF)) in muscle contractions during the inspiratory phase with that during the expiratory phase. (elsevier.com)
- The brain interprets these low temperatures as open airways and reduces the work of respiratory muscles. (drsanu.com)
- When these receptors are damaged, feeling of nasal obstruction happens and increased activity of respiratory muscles happens. (drsanu.com)
- My current research is focusing on the regulatory mechanism of muscle morphogenesis, growth and regeneration. (exeter.ac.uk)
- Davies RW, Carson BP, Jakeman PM. The Effect of Whey Protein Supplementation on the Temporal Recovery of Muscle Function Following Resistance Training: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. (bestpricenutrition.com)
- This study investigates the use calf muscle electrical stimulation (ES) to reduce seated leg fluid accumulation. (nature.com)
- Therefore, in the present study, we experiment with activation of the skeletal pump using electrical stimulation (ES) of the gastrocnemius muscles to prevent leg fluid accumulation while seated. (nature.com)
- Wide-pulse electrical stimulation to an intrinsic foot muscle induces acute functional changes in forefoot-rearfoot coupling behaviour during walking. (lsbu.ac.uk)
- In this study the acute effects of high-frequency, low-intensity wide-pulse electrical stimulation (WPS) over an intrinsic muscle on subsequent foot function during walking was assessed in healthy participants. (lsbu.ac.uk)
- Tendons transmit forces from muscles to bones and experience much higher stress during locomotion than any other components in the musculoskeletal system [ 2 ]. (cdc.gov)
- During our encounter in Ireland , I pointed out that their specific claim of a discrete sequence of development in the embryo, from bones to muscles being added to bones, was false. (freethoughtblogs.com)
- In general, rheumatology comes into play in regards to any disorder regarding motion, bones, and muscles etc. (kernodle.com)
- Temporal muscle recruitment pattern varied between muscles based on their function. (cdc.gov)
- Investigation of the threshold duration function of the acoustic reflex in 5 males and 5 females with normal hearing and in 3 males with cochlear hearing impairment reveals that the threshold duration function for normal hearing subjects encompasses a greater intensity range than the psychophysically assessed auditory threshold temporal integration function. (cdc.gov)
- Craniomandibular disorders and masticatory muscle function. (thejcdp.com)
- Displacement of the hip, COM and temporal activation of the postural muscles were used to identify changes in postural control due to fatigue. (scapps.org)
- Analysis demonstrated a post-fatigue shift from predominantly ankle-based control to a complex combination of ankle and hip muscle activity. (scapps.org)
- Human muscle fatigue : physiological mechanisms. (who.int)
- It could be something related to tension in the jaw or temporal muscles. (dentalpartnersofboston.com)
- Chemodenervation induced by botulinum toxin injection is successfully used to decrease muscle tension. (qxmd.com)
- However, tendons can adapt to mechanical usage as evidenced by increases in stiffness and the Young's modulus after strength training or a combination of resistance and stretch training that were commensurate with muscle strength and size gains in humans [ 3 , 12 ] and in animals [ 10 ]. (cdc.gov)
- Immediate effect of a stabilization splint on masticatory muscle activity in temporomandibular disorder patients. (thejcdp.com)
- If the etiology remains unclear, specialist consultation or muscle biopsy may be necessary to reach a diagnosis. (aafp.org)
- We then utilized stable isotope values of muscle to assess temporal variation in foraging habitat from 1991 to 2010 and collagen from tooth crown tips to assess the time period 1944 to 2007. (usgs.gov)
- The purpose of this study was to compare the effect on the trunk and upper extremity muscle recruitment when controlling the lifting pace and the lifting weight. (cdc.gov)
- The most common causes of upper eyelid retraction include thyroid eye disease, recession of superior rectus muscle, and contralateral ptosis. (eyewiki.org)
- The eyelid retractors in the upper eyelid are the levator palpebrae superioris muscle and Müller's muscle. (eyewiki.org)
- Upper eyelid retraction in thyroid eye disease often has temporal flare, when retraction is more pronounced at the lateral aspect of the eyelid. (eyewiki.org)
- however, he doesn't know "what" is not working - The muscles in the lower/upper legs? (mayoclinic.org)
- The effect of load weight vs. pace on muscle recruitment during lifting. (cdc.gov)
- It is important to educate the workers about the effect of lifting pace and weight on the biomechanical load to control the mechanical load on the muscles and spine. (cdc.gov)
- Comparative growth performance in different Japanese quail lines: The effect of muscle fiber DNA content and morphology. (osu.edu)
- Effect of whey protein isolate on strength, body composition and muscle hypertrophy during resistance training. (bestpricenutrition.com)
- Previous reports showed that muscle fibers could be classified into red and white fibers [ 15 ]. (biomedcentral.com)
- Bony temporal line reduction is always at least 5mms, which when done bilaterally (or even unilaterally) makes a visible external difference. (eppleyplasticsurgery.com)
- Current sleep study evidence suggests that even before first tooth contact a series of physiological events occur which include activation of the autonomic cardiac system at minus 4 minutes, brain activity at minus four seconds, a rise in jaw opener muscle tone with 2 big breaths, and an increase in heart rate at minus one second. (medscape.com)