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1. On drawings, abbr. for pile.
2. On drawings, abbr. for plate.
3. On drawings, abbr. for plug.
4. On drawings, abbr. for “power line.”
5. Abbr. for “pipe line.”
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(networking)
The country code for Poland.
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(Power Line) See powerline network and picoliter.
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The peroneus longus is activated in a similar way to the external gastrocnemius, which, although unlikely, leads us to consider possible "cross talk" phenomena.
TA: tibialis anterior; MG: medial gastrocnemius; SOL: soleus; PL: peroneus longus.
Patients with painful os peroneum syndrome present with lateral foot pain that is attributed to a variety of derangements of the os peroneum and/or the peroneus longus tendon.
Placement of electromyography (EMG) sensors for capture of activity of the tibialis anterior, peroneus longus, peroneus brevis and soleus, and accelerometer sensor for foot-strike recording for the right leg.
These effects were studied also with surface electromyography (sEMG), calculating the electrical activity of Tibialis Anterior (TA) and Peroneus Longus (PL) with Root Main Square (RMS).
We followed the postero lateral approach for flap harvest because it is easy to maintain the perforator to the peroneus longus in this approach.
peroneus longus inserts at the base of the first metartarsal bone and the os cuneiforme mediale.
In the new surgery for stage IV deformity developed at HSS, surgeons not only reconstruct the flat foot deformity, but they also reconstruct the deltoid ligament using a tendon that runs along the outside of the calf called the peroneus longus. A person can function without their peroneus longus.
Our thirty-year-old, let me explain, relaxes the flexors of the feet, meaning what, the interior leg muscle, and perhaps also as he does it, the lateral peroneus longus, you can't exclude that possibility (I'm doing it myself to try and feel what muscles I'm calling upon, but identifying them is still not all that easy).
The os peroneum is an oval or round ossicle located within the substance of the distal peroneus longus tendon near the cuboid.