The increase in spinal load from sitting has been associated with an increase in pressure under the ischial
I treated proximal areas of her legs first with effleurage, kneading and cross-fibre frictions of hamstring attachments at the ischial
These factors resulted in his developing stage 4 right ischial
(buttock) decubitus ulcer and a stage 3 right malleolar (ankle) decubitus ulcer.
It is described by some as attaching the sacrum to the ischium (Levangie and Norkin, 2001), and by others as attaching the sacrum, ilium and coccyx to the ischial
tuberosity (Agur and Dalley, 2005; Basmajian, 1982) (Figure 1).
The hamstrings comprise three large muscles, namely semitendinosus, semimembranosus and biceps femoris which originate from the ischial
Participants feel for the cervix, ischial
spines, sacral curve, and pubic arch.
Astacids do not exhibit cyclic dimorphism nor ischial
Experts point out that this forces the cyclist to ride with his or her ischial
protuberances - the ``sit points'' - on the rearward portion of the saddle, something they should be doing anyway .
Autopsy showed a large (12 x 10 x 8 cm), deep-seated abscess of the right hip an osteomyelitis of the ischial
In Great Apes, a chimp "drags himself backwards across the yard arse aloft, ischial
scrag nervously puckered" to greet another.
The bigger they are, the harder they fall: implications of ischial
curvature in ceratopsian dinosaurs.
Pressure ulcers most frequently develop over the sacrum, ischial
tuberosities, trochanters, malleoli, and heels, but they can develop elsewhere, including behind the ears when nasal cannulae are used for prolonged periods.