PURPOSE To evaluate the efficacy of transvesical obturator nerve block (ONB) in the prevention of obturator nerve reflex and leg jerking during transurethral resection of bladder tumors (TURBT). PATIENTS AND METHODS A total of 60 patients were studied, in whom the transurethral resection of tumors on the posterolateral bladder wall were performed under spinal anesthesia (SA). The patients were randomly divided into two groups. In the first group, we performed transvesical ONB and SA together, while the second group received only SA. The patients underwent TURBT using monopolar cautery. Incidence of leg jerking was registered and compared in these two groups. We used a nerve stimulator to detect the obturator nerve next to the lateral bladder wall. The obturator nerve was identified by its response to nerve stimulation. Then, 10 mL of 1% lidocaine was slowly injected through the working channel of a cystoscope. RESULTS In the intervention group, 34 ONBs (4 bilateral and 26 unilateral) were tried. We
The obturator nerve (L2-4) descends towards the pelvis from the medial border of the psoas major muscle. After passing through the obturator foramen, the obturator nerve enters medial aspect of the thigh, and divides into an anterior branch between the adductor longus and brevis muscles and a posterior branch between the adductor brevis and magnus muscles. The posterior branch usually gives off an articular branch to the knee joint ...
The obturator nerve (L2-4) descends towards the pelvis from the medial border of the psoas major muscle. After passing through the obturator foramen, the obturator nerve enters medial aspect of the thigh, and divides into an anterior branch between the adductor longus and brevis muscles and a posterior branch between the adductor brevis and magnus muscles. The posterior branch usually gives off an articular branch to the knee joint ...
Introduction: In this prospective randomized controlled study, we investigated the efficacy of obturator nerve block (ONB) on adductor muscle spasm and related short-term outcomes and complications in patients who underwent transurethral resection of lateral wall-located bladder tumours (TURBT).. Methods: Between July 2014 and February 2015, 70 patients scheduled to undergo TUR of lateral bladder wall tumours were enrolled in the study. All patients were preoperatively evaluated by cystoscopy and imaging tools and selected according to localized tumours on the lateral bladder wall. Patients were randomly allocated to Group SA (35 patients who underwent only spinal anesthesia) and Group ONB (35 patients who underwent spinal anesthesia combined with ONB by the nerve stimulator). An independent observer, blinded to the approach, evaluated the obturator signs, including adductor muscle contraction, bladder perforation, and completeness of the resection during the TURBT procedure.. Results: The ...
In 1973, Winnie et al. introduced the inguinal paravascular three-in-one block, which allegedly provides anesthesia of three nerves-the femoral, lateral cutaneous femoral, and obturator nerves-with a single injection. This concept was undisputed until the success of the obturator nerve block was rea
The obturator nerve is derived from the posterior branches of L2-L4 nerves. This nerve enters the thigh through the obturator canal along with the obturator
The iliolumbar artery is the first branch of the posterior trunk of the internal iliac artery. The iliolumbar artery turns upward behind the obturator nerve and the external iliac artery and vein, to the medial border of the psoas major, behind which it divides into: Lumbar branch of iliolumbar artery Iliac branch of iliolumbar artery 1. Last lumbar→iliolumbar 2. Lateral sacral↔lateral sacral 3. Middle sacral→lateral sacral 4. Superior hemorrhoidal→middle hemorrhoidal 5. Medial femoral circumflex→inferior gluteal 6. Medial femoral circumflex↔obturator 7. Lateral femoral circumflex→superior gluteal 8. Deep iliac circumflex→superior gluteal 9. Deep iliac circumflex→external iliac 10. Last lumbar→superior gluteal 11. Last lumbar→deep iliac circumflex 12. Iliolumbar→deep iliac circumflex. Iliolumbar artery This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition of Grays Anatomy (1918) Chait, A; Moltz, A; Nelson, JH (February 1968). "The collateral arterial ...
Unfortunately I dont believe there is any chiropractic technique that will help the nerve paralysis. If there was nerve impingement maybe but not when the nerve is inflammed also chiropractic techniques are contraindicated after foaling as the ligaments of the pelvis are lax and therefore can be dangerous as too much movement can result. Straw is probably the best bedding as it provides the best cushioning. Allow the straw to get a little dirty so it compacts and is firmer under her feet, fresh straw on top but not against the ground as it can be slippy. Recovery time is usually a few weeks but you should see some kind of return in muscle function within 10 days. Its common that the muscles in the inner thigh will waste, this can be very rapid its called neurogentic atrophy. Directly stimulating the muscle with a electrical stimulating machine can help reduce the wasting (atrophy). The obturator nerve only innervates/acts on the inner thigh muscles so the other muscles of the leg should be ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Arteria Ilíaca Externa en Bucle. T2 - Reporte de Caso. AU - Satheesha Nayak, B.. AU - Kumar, Naveen. AU - Shetty, Surekha D.. AU - Guru, Anitha. PY - 2012/9/1. Y1 - 2012/9/1. N2 - Variations of the external iliac artery are very rare. We found a rare variation in the left external iliac artery. The artery was long and formed a characteristic loop. The loop was found in the lesser pelvis in close relation to the obturator nerve. This loop may compress obturator nerve and vessels. The knowledge of this loop might be important for gynaecologists, orthopaedic surgeons and urologists since it may be involved in surgeries of hip, ovary and prostate.. AB - Variations of the external iliac artery are very rare. We found a rare variation in the left external iliac artery. The artery was long and formed a characteristic loop. The loop was found in the lesser pelvis in close relation to the obturator nerve. This loop may compress obturator nerve and vessels. The knowledge of this loop ...
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The popliteal nerve plexus contributes to afferent knee-pain conduction. It is mainly formed by genicular branches from the posterior obturator and the tibial nerves, innervating the intra-articular and posterior knee region. A subinguinal obturator nerve block alleviates pain after total knee arthroplasty. Reduced hip adductor motor function could be avoided by a posterior obturator nerve block inside the popliteal fossa.The aim of this study was to evaluate the spread of dye after a distal adductor canal (AC) injection to the popliteal fossa and coloring of the popliteal plexus and the genicular branch of the posterior obturator nerve by dissection ...
View Poster. INTRODUCTION. During transurethral resection of the bladder (TURB) adductor muscle contraction can occur due to obturator nerve stimulation. Obturator nerve blockade (ONB) is a accepted method to decrease the risk of obturator nerve reflex (ONR) during TURB. Insufficient ONB and subsequent leg jerking lead to bladder perforation, increased bleeding and early tumor relapse. The use of a sufficient local anesthetic (LA) and an ultrasound (US)-based ONB technique lower the risk of an ONB failure. In this study we report the effect of two types of LA (lidocaine vs. mepivacaine) on the success rate of ONB as well as of other parameters.. METHODS. In a non randomized, non blinded prospective trial the occurance of ONR was investigated in dependence of the LA. Patients in period 1 were treated with lidocaine, patients in period 2 with mepivacaine during TURB in a single institution. Further paramaters such as ONB techniques with or without US-guidance, TURB techniques (monopolar vs. ...
Coluna Cervical, resonancia Coluna LUMBAR, Sacral plexus and (left) internal iliac artery and vein, Gluteus medius muscle, Obturator nerve, Ovary and uterus, Urinary bladder, Gluteus minimus muscle, Hip joint, Roof of acetabulum, Inferior glenoid labrum, Head of femur, Superior glenoid labrum, Iliotibial tract, Iliofemoral ligament, Greater trochanter, Obturator internus muscle, Femur (neck), Levator ani muscle, Vagina, Obturator externus muscle, Medial circumflex femoral artery, Iliopsoas muscle, Pubis, Obturator nerve, Deep transverse perineal muscle, Lateral circumflex femoral artery and vein (descending branch) and femoral nerve (anterior cutaneous branch), Pectineus muscle, Femur (shaft), Gracilis muscle, Deep artery and vein of thigh, Adductor brevis muscle, Vastus intermedius muscle, Adductor longus muscle, Vastus lateralis muscle, (Superficial) Femoral artery, vein, and saphenous nerve, Vastus medialis muscle, Diaphragm (lumbar part), Posterior intercostal artery and vein, Thoracic ...
Hi everyone, Im new here. I was recently diagnosed by MR Neurography as having obturator internus syndrome where my left obturator internus muscle is severely atrophied and impinging my sciatic nerve - ouch! I also am having problems with my obturator nerve which runs through my obturator internus muscle. I dont have problems with my pudendal nerve thank goodness, but from my reading many people have pudendal nerve problems because of their obturator internus muscles, so I thought there may be someone on here who might have some suggestions ...
The adductor longus is in relation by its anterior surface with the pubic portion of the fascia lata, and near its insertion with the femoral artery and vein. By its posterior surface with the adductor brevis and magnus, the anterior branches of the obturator artery, vein, and nerves, and near its insertion with the profunda artery and vein. By its outer border with the pectineus, and by the inner border with the gracilis.[2] ...
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Nerve entrapment syndromes of the lower extremity can involve the following nerves and branches thereof: Iliohypogastric nerve Ilioinguinal nerve Genitofemoral nerve Femoral nerve Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve Saphenous nerve Obturator nerve Common peroneal nerve Superficial peroneal nerve Deep peroneal nerve Posterior tibial nerve Plantar ...
The lower extremity sensation is provided mainly by two major nerves: the sciatic (posterior) and femoral (anterior) nerves.. The lumbar plexus consists of the ventral rami of L1-L4 with occasional contribution from T12. The lumbar plexus forms the lateral femoral cutaneous (L2-L3) which innervates the lateral thigh, femoral (L2-L4) innervating the anteromedial thigh and anteromedial lower leg/medial ankle/foot via saphenous nerve, and obturator nerve (L2-L4) which innervates the distal third of the medial thigh.. The lumbosacral plexus (L4-L5/S1-S3) forms the sciatic nerve. The posterior cutaneous nerve of thigh (S1-S3) provides sensory innervation to the inferior buttocks and posterior thigh. It follows the course of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve branches, just proximal to the popliteal fossa, giving rise to the common fibular (peroneal) and tibial nerves. The common fibular nerve provides sensory innervation to the posterolateral lower leg and dorsum of the foot. The common fibular ...
My name is Annmarie and I am new to this site. I had bilateral pain on pubic bones for twelve years. On July 3rd 2010 it got 100 times worse. I had a burning/tearing sensation that began on the left leg with the rectal pain being the worse and pain down the upper part of my back thigh; worse upon sitting and walking. The nerve pain became bilateral and also travel down leg to behind the ankles. Pain is constant 24/7 whether laying down, sitting, or walking for almost a year now. MR neurography read by Dr. Filler showed bilateral obturator muscle spasms hitting the pudendal nerve and well as piriformus muscle spasms hitting pudendal and sciatic nerve. I am thinking about having pudendal nerve surgery (the TG approach) with Dr. Conway in NH, but not sure if obturator nerve surgery is the surgery I need to have. Myself and Dr. Conway believe the pudendal nerve surgery is the one to try first, but scary to go through with such an invasive surgery and such a long recovery, if it is not the right ...
Hip Surgery - Post-operative Complications and Degeneration. Graphically depicts degeneration of the left hip joint following a partial hip replacement of the femoral head with a prosthetic. Exposes the partial hip prosthesis and acetabulum. Enlargements show normal cartilage versus the deteriorated cartilage and joint degeneration. Illustrates persistent left hip pain in the region of the prosthesis. Labels identify the acetabulum, cartilage, prosthesis, femoral nerve, obturator nerve and regions of pain.
Hip Surgery - Post-operative Complications and Degeneration. Graphically depicts degeneration of the left hip joint following a partial hip replacement of the femoral head with a prosthetic. Exposes the partial hip prosthesis and acetabulum. Enlargements show normal cartilage versus the deteriorated cartilage and joint degeneration. Illustrates persistent left hip pain in the region of the prosthesis. Labels identify the acetabulum, cartilage, prosthesis, femoral nerve, obturator nerve and regions of pain.
The biceps, semitendinosus and semimembranosus muscles have been resected. The branch (18) of the sciatic nerve that supplies the extensor part of the adductor magnus is shown in this dissection. The remainder of the muscle receives its innervation from the obturator nerve as illustrated in view 188-3 ...
Natural color photograph of dissection of the right thigh, anterior view; the pectineus muscle has been cut and reflected to expose the obturator nerve of the surface of the adductor brevis ...
As I write here on July 21st, 2013, I am just 6 months since my SI Fixation Surgery and I want to continue updating the subject of my diagnosis with Piriformis Syndrome. From my last blog posted 4/9/13 on Piriformis Syndrome, I am singing a different tune, "Oh what a relief it is….". What is the relief? Im not on fire. I do not have any burning butt symptoms, nor any burning nerve symptoms going down my medial legs. Many times I was more affected in the Posterior cutaneous nerve and or the Pudendal or Obturator nerve distributions than only the typical Sciatic nerve distribution.. On my last blog, I was having intermittent symptoms depending on how much sitting I was doing. At that time, I was sitting a lot writing the foundation of my entire website: www.si-instability.com. From April 9th-May 14th, 2013 - I was in a stressful time of diagnosing my Proximal Tibiofibular Joint Instability. See my www.fibularpain.com to be linked to the entire journey on the Proximal Tibiofibular Joint ...
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... is a chapter in the book, Orthopedics, containing the following 9 pages: Compartment Syndrome, Fracture Neurovascular Complications, Ilioinguinal Nerve Compression, Meralgia Paresthetica, Obturator Nerve Compression, Shoulder Band Syndrome, Piriformis Syndrome, Sciatica, Peripheral Nerve Injury.
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Botulinum toxin injection bilateral rectus femoris, medial hamstrings, and gastrocnemius soleus muscles, phenol neurolysis of bilateral obturator nerves, application of bilateral short leg fiberglass casts.
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Dr. Barclay Bakkum and Dr. James Coxs paper is referenced in a new article in Skeletal Radiology about the gemelli obturator internus complex.
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Reducing production of amyloid-β (Aβ) peptide by direct inhibition of the enzymes that process amyloid precursor protein (APP) is a central therapeutic strategy for treating Alzheimers disease. However, small-molecule inhibitors of the β-secretase (BACE1) and γ-secretase APP processing enzymes have shown a lack of target selectivity and poor penetrance of the blood-brain barrier (BBB). Here, we have developed a high-affinity, phage-derived human antibody that targets BACE1 (anti-BACE1) and is anti-amyloidogenic. Anti-BACE1 reduces endogenous BACE1 activity and Aβ production in human cell lines expressing APP and in cultured primary neurons. Anti-BACE1 is highly selective and does not inhibit the related enzymes BACE2 or cathepsin D. Competitive binding assays and x-ray crystallography indicate that anti-BACE1 binds noncompetitively to an exosite on BACE1 and not to the catalytic site. Systemic dosing of mice and nonhuman primates with anti-BACE1 resulted in sustained reductions in ...
The quadratus lumborum (QL) block facilitates the administration of anaesthesia to the anterior abdominal wall. The use of ultrasound (US) improves the accuracy of the QL block and reduces the risk of adverse events. Electromyography (EMG) in combination with US for muscle plane blocks has not been described previously. We postulated that the addition of EMG-guided needle positioning might assist the execution of this block. This case report describes the first use of combined needle EMG and US to carry out a QL block performed for postoperative analgesia following an open appendicectomy ...
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Obturator hernia was first described by Ronsil in 1724 [1]. The incidence is nearly 1% of all hernias [2]. With the nickname "little old ladys hernia", it usually occurs in multiparous and elderly emaciated women due to a wider pelvis and enlarged obturator canal. The other risk factors include chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic constipation and ascites. The cardinal clinical symptom is acute intestinal obstruction. In this case the patient had a positive Howship-Romberg sign, which was caused by the intermittent irritation of the obturator nerve. It was reported that 15~50% patients of obturator hernia may have positive Howship-Romberg sign [1]. In her early course the patient was misdiagnosed as an orthopedic problem and treated with paracetamol. To exam the thigh adductor reflex might be valuable for differentiating osteoarthritis from obturator hernia. The loss of the adductor reflex, named as Hannington-Kiff sign, was observed on the affected side, while the patellar tendon ...
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We compared the approaches of Winnie and Capdevila for psoas compartment block (PCB) performed by a single operator in terms of contralateral spread, lumbar plexus blockade, and postoperative analgesic efficacy. Sixty patients underwent PCB (0.4 mL/kg levobupivacaine 0.5%) and subsequent spinal anesthesia for primary joint arthroplasty (hip or knee) in a prospective, double-blind study. Patients were randomly allocated to undergo PCB by using the Capdevila (group C; n = 30) or a modified Winnie (group W; n = 30) approach. Contralateral spread and lumbar plexus blockade were assessed 15, 30, and 45 min after PCB. Contralateral spread (bilateral from T4 to S5) and femoral and lateral cutaneous nerve block were evaluated by sensory testing, and obturator motor block was assessed. Bilateral anesthesia occurred in 10 patients in group C and 12 patients in group W (P = 0.8). Blockade of the femoral, lateral cutaneous, and obturator nerves was 90%, 93%, and 80%, respectively, for group C and 93%, 97%, ...
Looking for obturator hernia? Find out information about obturator hernia. protrusion of an internal organ or part of an organ through the wall of a body cavity. The hernia is enclosed by a sac formed by the lining of the cavity.... Explanation of obturator hernia
The obturator internus muscle is situated partly within the lesser pelvis, and partly at the back of the hip-joint. It functions to help laterally rotate extended thigh and abduct flexed thigh, as well as to steady the femoral head in the acetabulum.
Definition of obturator internus (muscle). Provided by Stedmans medical dictionary and Drugs.com. Includes medical terms and definitions.
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It is an oblique canal measuring about 3.75cm in length arising from deep inguinal ring (an oval opening ½ inch above the mid inguinal point) to superficial inguinal ring (triangular opening ½ inch above and medial to pubic tubercle. ...
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Parenchyma - A direct Greek borrowing signifying "that which is poured in" from an ancient and erroneous belief that the solid organs of the abdomen got that way by the blood being poured into them and then congealing there. Pelvis -Nice simple etymology: Pelvis is just the Latin word for a basin or bucket, both of which the anatomic pelvis resembles - somewhat.. Acetabulum - This little word is borrowed directly from the Latin where it has the meaning of a little vinegar cup. The acet- part appears in our word acetic acid, the important ingredient of vinegar. -ulum is, as usual, a diminutive. Perineum -The Greek word perinaion described the area we now know as perineum but beyond that the etymology of the word is not clear.. Gemellus Gemellus, - as in the names of the muscles flanking the obturator internus tendon, is a diminutive of the Latin word geminus meaning a twin. Many folks nowadays know that the zodiac sign Gemini is the plural of the same word. Less well known is that our expression ...
The result is that when you extend your hips with the hamstrings and adductor magnus, the head of the femur can glide forward in the socket and irritate the front of the hip. When you get adequate gluteus maximus contribution, it helps to reduce this anterior stress. In many ways, the glutes work as a rotator cuff of the hip (while the hamstrings and adductor magnus act like the lats and pecs, respectively).. 2. Glute activation can be a game changer with respect to chronic quadratus lumborum (QL) tightness - but only if you perform exercises correctly.. Shirley Sahrmann and her disciples have frequently observed that whenever you see an overworked muscle, you should always look for a dysfunctional synergist. A common example at the shoulder is a cranky biceps tendon picking up the slack for an ineffective rotator cuff.. Quadratus lumborum fits the bill in the core/lower extremity because its attachment points unify the pelvis, lumbar spine, and ribs.. ...
Further discussion on the biomechanics of the human body and on the blending of physical therapy with yogasana exercises in the nascent Yoga Therapy field, and on how to be free (mukta) from pain (dukkha). Stretching the Obliques and Quadratus Lumborum: While lateral bending works the obliques, stretching the quadratus lumborum involves a slight twist…
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