abductor muscle


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In THA, this technique is useful when reattaching abductor muscles to the greater trochanter in the direct lateral approach and for repairing the capsule and external rotator muscles in the posterior approach.
Miyazaki et al., "Pelvic inclination angle and hip abductor muscle strength after total hip arthroplasty," Journal of Physical Therapy Science, vol.
The 25-year-old's third ODI half-century was made all the more remarkable due to the fact that he strained his left abductor muscle just seven balls into his innings.
Lee Bowyer was ruled out with an abductor muscle injury last time and McLeish hopes to have him back for the trip to Doncaster Rovers on Saturday.
There's a bit of fluid in his abductor muscle," said the Blues boss.
Sotherton hurt her right abductor muscle on the opening day when a farcical situation saw the third barrier in the 100m hurdles placed in the wrong position.
World number 31 Mirza suffered a wrist injury after the US Open, where she reached the third round, and then cut back the season by a couple of weeks following a strained abductor muscle in October.
Taylor said: "My groin, an abductor muscle, tightened up.
'At the end of last year I thought I could get away with running quicker than I should have and I tore my left abductor muscle twice.
CHICAGO -- Strengthening the hip abductor muscle may delay progression of medial compartment knee osteoarthritis, according to findings reported at the 2004 World Congress on Osteoarthritis.
Fears that new Spurs signing Freddie Kanoute could miss the start of the season were allayed yesterday when tests revealed the former West Ham man had merely tweaked an abductor muscle and not damaged his groin as had been suspected.
When used as a system, these devices greatly simplify drilling and starting procedures during IM nailing by significantly reducing the amount of dissection through the abductor muscle. They also minimize trauma to soft tissue, muscle fibers, and vessels.
The average increase in the abductor muscle moment arms relative to the normal anatomic shoulder for each glenosphere geometry is termed deltoid efficiency and is presented in Table 1.
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