iliacus


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iliacus

[i′lī·ə·kəs]
(anatomy)
The portion of the iliopsoas muscle arising from the iliac fossa and sacrum.
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Caption: FIGURE 3: CT scan with multiple free air bubbles in the massa lateralis of the sacrum as well as edema of the iliacus and lumbricales muscles of the left side.
The iliacus lies in front of your pelvic bone and connects to the top of the femur (thigh bone).
Complete paralysis of the quadriceps muscle caused by traumatic iliacus hematoma: A case report.
Heterogenously enhancing mass extending from right pararenal space into right psoas and iliacus muscles.
We presented a case with staphylococcal pyomyositis of the iliacus muscle and gluteal minimus muscle in a 23-year-old male complicated with septic pulmonary embolism and septic shock.
The Iliacus muscle [Iliacus] is 27, 26 and 26 in left leg and in the right leg is 9, 3 and 2 in amplitude for all three cases.
The telescopic end-block for hip joint flexion and extension (SG 150) was attached in parallel with the hip joint on a half way to iliacus and gracilis.
and redwing Turdus iliacus, and thus hunting disturbance is unlikely to cause any impact on the populations;
Direct damage to the femoral nerve, hematoma in the iliacus muscle caused by heparin therapy following catheterization or PTCA (4 5 6), use of prolonged digital pressure for post-procedural hemostasis (7) and femoral artery pseudoaneurysm (8) all have been implicated in the development of femoral neuropathy and pain after the procedures.
5,12) Sporadic reports over the decades of abnormal psoas morphology causing impingment upon other anatomical structures exist, but none define what constitutes normal or hypertrophic psoas or iliacus morphology or its relationship to the hip labrum.
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