tibialis


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tibialis

[‚tib·ē′al·əs]
(anatomy)
A muscle of the leg arising from the proximal end of the tibia and inserted into the first cuneiform and first metatarsal bones.
A deep muscle of the leg arising proximally from the tibia and fibula and inserted into the navicular and first cuneiform bones.
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For sEMG reproducibility, SENIAM recommendations (13) were followed for electrodes application on Tibialis Anterior (TA), Peroneus Longus (PL), Rectus Femoris (RF), Biceps Femoris (BF), Gastrocnemius Medialis (GM), Soleus (SOL).
Once the patient was able to ambulate over ground, we began to utilize bilateral double-adjustable ankle-foot orthoses to control anterior tibial translation over the talus for increased knee control and stability, prevention of knee hyperextension in the stance phase of gait, and assistance with toe clearance during the swing phase of gait due to weakness in the anterior tibialis muscle.
palustris Koch, 1839 -- Oppiella nova (Oudemans, 1902) 700 + 808 Oribatella calcarata -- (Koch, 1835) Oribatula tibialis -- (Nicolet, 1855) Parakaluma sp.
Specifically, muscle activation patterns were assessed bilaterally for the rectus femoris, biceps femoris, tibialis anterior, and lateral head of the gastrocnemius.
tibialis anterior of the rats of Cr-group demonstrated better adaptation and during continuous stimulation had longer time to the point of reducing the strength of contraction to [F.
PSG incelemesinde 4-kanal elektroensefalografi (EEG) (C3-A2, C4-A1, 01-A2 ve 02-A1), 2-kanal elektrookulografi (EOG), mandibular kas elektromiyografi (EMG), elektrokardiyografi (EKG), oral ve nasal airflow, gogus ve abdominal solunum hareketleri, tibialis anterior kasi EMG'si, perkutan 02 saturasyonu olculdu.
Tibialis anterior tendon has superior biomechanical properties, making it an appealing choice for allograft ACLR.
In experiment 1, bipolar surface electrodes (Ambu, Balerup, Denmark; diameter, 10 mm; center-to-center distance, 20 mm) were placed over the rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, biceps femoris, tibialis anterior, soleus, and medial gastrocnemius muscles of the right leg.
Specifically, MMG signals were detected from twelve accelerometers, arranged in a 3x4 grid on the skin surface of the dominant tibialis anterior.
Ultrasound of the right ankle showed an abnormally thickened anterior tibialis tendon (ATT) at the level of the anterior aspect of the ankle (Figure 2).