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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Areas treated during the massage were her feet, posterior legs, gluteals, back, shoulders, neck and hip regions into the psoas and iliacus muscles.
Fat and body condition in migrating Redwings Turdus iliacus.
The iliacus component runs along the inner part of the wide bone of the pelvis.
Using inferior accessory portals, one group aims to release the psoas tendon portion, leaving the muscular iliacus, thus, protecting the femoral nerve.
ticks infested Ground foraging Erithacus rubecula 3,939 446 185 (5) Luscina luscinia 32 9 4 (13) Luscina svecica 85 8 5 (6) Turdus philomelus 261 141 24 (9) Turdus iliacus 51 22 9 (18) Turdus merula 193 170 44 (23) Turdus pilaris 23 6 3 (13) Sturnus vulgaris 30 18 9 (30) Prunella modularis 64 9 4 (6) Anthus trivialis 61 29 11 (18) Aluada arvensis 1 6 1 (100) Fringilla coelebs 122 9 2 (2) Carduelis flammea 441 1 1 (0.
The next day a MRI was positive for an extremely enlarged left iliacus muscle (Fig.
The iliacus muscle is then elevated off the inner table of the pelvis, exposing the internal iliac fossa.
A hematoma involving the iliacus muscle can produce postoperative femoral nerve palsy and has been associated with perforation of the medial wall of the acetabulum during acetabular reaming.
For example, the snowstorm and the accompanying low temperatures at the end of April 1988 halved the number of the Song Thrush Turdus philomelos and the Robin Erithacus rubecula and caused a strong decline of the Dunnock Prunella modularis and the Redwing Turdus iliacus populations > 35% in Estonia (Kuresoo, 1989, 1990).
Ten days later, a second MRI revealed widening of the sacroiliac joint and anterior fluid collection in the iliacus muscle, suggesting the presence of an abscess.
During such an injury, the muscular attachments at the iliac wings including the iliacus anteriorly and gluteals posteriorly may have exerted sufficient force to create these fractures, which were not observed on the postoperative images (Fig.
PET/CT clearly localized these unresectable foci to the right psoas and iliacus muscles.