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Depressors- Latissimus dorsi, Teres major and minor, and Pectoralis major (pectoral head).
Another compromise to consider is that, although the normal oval NAC is usually aligned parallel to the fibres of the pectoralis major, this may need to be compromised if an oval vector is designed with a downward slant.
In the case of Mr S, five procedures were planned for, including right hemimandibulectomy, selective neck dissection, fibular free flap reconstruction, pectoralis major flap reconstruction and tracheostomy.
001), pectoralis major: clavicular portion strength on the left (p=0.
No significant differences on muscle activity were observed for the pectoralis major, anterior deltoid, triceps brachii, and the biceps brachii when comparing the exercises performed with the barbell and the Smith Machine (P>0.
Surgical interventions include sternocleidomastoid myoplasty, radial forearm free flaps, and pectoralis major flaps.
Effects of the Pullover Exercise on the Pectoralis Major and Latissimus Dorsi Muscles as Evaluated by EMG.
These were placed on the dominant limb over the longitudinal axes of the Pectoralis Major (PM) at the center in the direction of the muscle fibers (sternal portion) (Clemons and Aaron, 1997; Cram et al.
Pectoralis major ruptures occur more frequently during the eccentric phase of bench press in young male adults because, in this position, the more inferior segments of the muscle are overloaded.
pectoralis major, trapezius, and latissimus flaps) are both bulky as well as associated with significant donor-site morbidity.
Upon palpation, the following muscles will most likely be found to be shortened and tight: pectoralis major and minor, subscapularis, upper trapezius, levator scapulae, sternocleidomastoid (SCM), and the suboccipital group.
We did a wide local excision and covered the resulting defect by using bilateral, pectoralis major myocutaneous flaps.
For the gadiform fish, Giant Grenadier (Albatrossia pectoralis [Macrouridae]), we measured otolith length and height ([+ or -] 0.
The pectoralis major muscle is a broad and triangular muscle with origins on the clavicle, sternum, ribs, and external oblique fascia that acts as an adductor, flexor, and internal rotator of the humerus [1-17].
Data regarding use of pedicled pectoralis muscle flaps or free tissue transfer was also collected.