2009
DOI: 10.1590/s1807-59322009000100012
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Additional Tendinous Origin and Entrapment of the Plantaris Muscle

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“…In the present case, similar to Das et al 8 , Nayak et al 7 and Saha et al 9 , the plantaris tendon passed between the tibial nerve and the nerve to the soleus, thereby causing its entrapment. No other associated anomaly in relation to its origin, insertion and number of muscle belly were observed in the present case.…”
Section: Saha Et Alsupporting
confidence: 81%
“…In the present case, similar to Das et al 8 , Nayak et al 7 and Saha et al 9 , the plantaris tendon passed between the tibial nerve and the nerve to the soleus, thereby causing its entrapment. No other associated anomaly in relation to its origin, insertion and number of muscle belly were observed in the present case.…”
Section: Saha Et Alsupporting
confidence: 81%
“…According to Mannheimer et al,18 significant improvements in mean QOL were seen in HIV patients enrolled at two multicenter antiretroviral clinical trials after 1 and 4 months on new ART regimens, and the improvements persisted for 12 months. In a study by Campos et al,19 by using a single facet of the WHOQOL-BREF instrument, they were able to assess patients’ QOL for 4 months after initiating ART based on the individuals’ perceptions, values, and preferences, and they found that a high proportion of the patients reported good or very good QOL after about 4 months of ART (66.4%) and noticed a significant difference when compared to the baseline values before initiating ART treatment. Overall self-perception of QOL has been shown to be a useful screening item for assessing global QOL, and a lower proportion of good and very good QOL has been observed in HIV/AIDS patients who are not seeking primary health services, compared to individuals who have sought primary health services 20,21,22.…”
Section: Effects Of Art On Quality Of Life Of People Living With Hiv mentioning
confidence: 96%
“…Some authors have also described examples of the PM following an unusual course in relation to the neurovascular bundle. Earlier reports indicate that the PM may be trapped between the tibial nerve and its branches running to the soleus muscle [19]. Kotian et al [12] observed a rare variation of the PM: it begins with a normal origin on the lateral condyle of the femur but then divides into two bellies, superior and inferior, which differed extensively in relation to the popliteal vessels and tibial nerve [12].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%