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نتایج جستجو برای Sciatic nerve

تعداد نتایج: 122008  
2002
Jacob Bickels, James C. Wittig, Yehuda Kollender, Kristen Kellar - Graney, Martin M. Malawer, Isaac Meller,

201 En bloc resection of the sciatic nerve with an adjacent bone or soft tissue tumor has been assumed to be associated with a poor functional outcome and, therefore, was considered an indication for amputation. Although many surgical oncologists today challenge this assumption and do limb-sparing resection in these patients, a report of the functional outcome of a series of patients who had th...

Journal: :Arquivos de neuro-psiquiatria 2011
Alice Becker Teixeira, William A Martins, Rui d'Ávila, Luciele Stochero, Luciele Alberton, Sofia Bezerra, Alicia C B Romero, Paulo E Freitas, Carlos Eduardo da Silva,

Endometriosis is a common disease, which affects 5-10% of women in fertile age 1. It can affect multiple organs , such as ovaries, lungs, colon, nasal mucosa and brain 2. Endometriosis of the sciatic nerve is a rare presentation 3 , manifesting as cyclic sciatica, parestesis and pa-resis with loss of deep tendon reflex. We cite a case of sciatica endometriosis and make a review of the literatur...

A Tashviginejhad, E Tamaddonfard, S Cheraghiyan,

Sciatic functional index (SFI) as a behavioral method was used to assess the functional recovery following experimentally-induced various injuries in the sciatic nerve, spinal cord, and brain. In the present study, the functional recovery after induction of injury in the sciatic nerve was investigated in rats using SFI. Twenty-four rats were divided into three groups including sham-operated (SS...

The sciatic nerve is a largest single nerve of the lumbosacral nervous plexus. This nerve innervates all muscles of the leg and foot as well as the flexor muscles of the knee joint. Many variations in the direction and relations of sciatic nerve were described. The current case report presented a thick septum situated posterior to the sciatic nerve and its branches spread throughout the back of...

A Tashviginejhad, E Tamaddonfard, S Cheraghiyan,

Sciatic functional index (SFI) as a behavioral method was used to assess the functional recovery following experimentally-induced various injuries in the sciatic nerve, spinal cord, and brain. In the present study, the functional recovery after induction of injury in the sciatic nerve was investigated in rats using SFI. Twenty-four rats were divided into three groups including sham-operated (SS...

Abdurrahman Emir, Habib Bostan, Yıldıray Kalkan,

Objective(s): We investigated the histopathological effects of metamizole sodium (MS) on the sciatic nerve.  Materials and Methods: This study was performed using 48 adult male Wistar albino rats. Ten groups were constituted with 6 rats in each group. MS injection into the sciatic nerve (group 1), MS injection into the muscle [group 3 (50 mg/kg, 0.4 ml) and group 5 (50 mg/kg, 0.8 ml)], MS injec...

Journal: :The Canadian journal of neurological sciences. Le journal canadien des sciences neurologiques 1976
A R Hudson, D Hunter,

This experiment investigates the holding property of polyglycolic acid suture in repair of divided dog sciatic nerves and the influence of absorption of this synthetic material on regeneration. The conclusion is that PGA maintains its tensile strength sufficently long to allow both physical union and good regeneration of the divided nerve. The suture absorption does not influence regeneration.

2014

Neuromuscular Choristomas are rare benign tumors characterized by their composition as well as their location. They are typically composed of mature skeletal muscle tissue elements that are intermixed with mature neural tissue elements. This condition is extremely rare as is noted by its prevalence. To date, only about forty cases of neuromuscular choristomas have been reported with only five s...

Journal: :Journal of clinical neuroscience : official journal of the Neurosurgical Society of Australasia 2003
J Huang, R Mobbs, C Teo,

Schwannomas are rare benign tumours of nerve sheath cells of neural crest origin. Often these tumours are solitary and encapsulated. Multiple schwannomas can arise from the peripheral nervous system including cranial nerves, spinal roots, the brachial and lumbar-sacral plexus or major peripheral nerves. We report an extremely rare case of schwannomatosis of the sciatic nerve in a young female a...

2009
Karin R. Swartz, Dianne Wilson, Michael Boland, Dominic B. Fee,

Intraneural ganglion cysts are nonneoplastic, mucinous cysts within the epineurium of peripheral nerves which usually involve the peroneal nerve at the knee. A 37-year-old female presented with progressive left buttock and posterior thigh pain. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a sciatic nerve mass at the sacral notch which was subsequently revealed to be an intraneural ganglion cyst. An intr...