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any of the deeper and thicker fascia that attach muscles to bones

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A ptosis repair of aponeurotic defects by the posterior approach.
Flexor aponeurotic release for resistant adaptive shortening of long flexors in claw hands in leprosy.
It is noteworthy to point out that these compartments are not separated by fascias or aponeurotic tissues, suggesting a close and strong interaction between the two structures, facilitating adipokines distribution into the heart muscle and arteries, and finally exerting a morphofunctional modulation in such organs [28].
In January 2014, due to adhesions between bowel loops associated with stenosis and presence of mucous fistula, another corrective enterectomy was performed which revealed the presence of fecal content, intestinal evisceration and aponeurotic dehiscence.
It typically arises from repetitive microtrauma to the plantar fascia; a thick aponeurotic tissue that extends from the medial tubercle of the calcaneus to the proximal phalanges of the toes.
Surgicel was used as on lay over the entire area of exposed brain, followed by muscle and aponeurotic layer overlay without suturing.
gujanensis, they found a component of this muscle with the aponeurotic origin in the crista subtemporalis.
11 However, the tendon of these muscles forms the main element in the aponeurotic anterior portion of the soft palate.
To complicate matters, it may be difficult to distinguish other various specialized layers, a concept also mentioned in Gray's Anatomy: "Deep fascia is also composed mainly of collagenous fibres, but these are compacted and in many cases arranged so regularly that the deep fascia may be indistinguishable from aponeurotic tissue" [4].
6] vertebra using this method because it's aponeurotic tendon inserts onto the process's caudal edge.
Careful preoperative evaluation of the patient's anatomy dictates the most appropriate procedure, ranging from laser skin resurfacing to sub-superficial muscular aponeurotic system (sub-SMAS) rhytidectomy with an extended platysmaplasty.
Aponeurotic sheaths of the external oblique, internal oblique and transverse abdominal muscles, fixed by the end of XII rib, are cut along the section.
The most common cause of age-related ptosis is aponeurotic stretching.
Histologically, desmoid tumours are benign and characterised by a monoclonal fibroblastic proliferation typically arising from muscular or aponeurotic structures.