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A reproducible reference point for the common peroneal nerve during surgery at the posterolateral corner of the knee: a cadaveric study

Terry Teo HL, Ang KXM, James Loh SY

Background: This is an experimental study conducted to assess whether the fibular head is a reliable reference point to identify the position of the common peroneal nerve at the posterolateral...
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Clinical importance of tensor fasciae suralis arising from linea aspera along with short head of biceps femoris: a rare anomaly

George BM, Nayak SB, Marpalli S

Tensor fasciae suralis, also known as ischioaponeuroticus is a clinically relevant muscle variant located in the popliteal fossa. Though rare, when present the muscle may arise from any of the...
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Anomalous Biceps Femoris Tendon Insertion Leading to a Snapping Knee in a Young Male

Fritsch BA, Mhaskar V

Snapping biceps femoris tendon is an uncommon problem that can be caused by various anatomical aberrations around the knee joint. There are several case reports in the literature describing some...
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Accuracy of Needle Placement in Cadavers: Non-Guided Versus Ultrasound-Guided

Yun JS, Chung MJ, Kim HR, So JI, Park JE, Oh HM, Lee JI

OBJECTIVE: To compare the accuracy rates of non-guided vs. ultrasound-guided needle placement in four lower limb muscles (tibialis posterior, peroneus longus, and short and long heads of the biceps femoris). METHODS:...
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Biceps Femoris Tendon and Lateral Collateral Ligament: Analysis of Insertion Pattern Using MRI

Shin YK, Ryu KN, Park JS, Lee JE, Jin W, Park SY, Yoon SH, Lee KR

PURPOSE: The biceps femoris tendon (BFT) and lateral collateral ligament (LCL) in the knee were formerly known to form a conjoined tendon at the fibular attachment site. However, the BFT...
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Biceps femoris muscle transposition for treatment of cranial cruciate ligament rupture in small breed dogs

Tamburro R, Pinna S, Tribuiani , Panacea A, Carli F, Venturini

The purpose of this study was to evaluate a new extracapsular surgical technique for the treatment of cranial cruciate ligament rupture in small breed dogs. Nine small breed dogs (seven...
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Transfer of the Medial Hamstring or Biceps Femoris to the Patella

Kim IK, Yoo KU

Two hundred and thirty-seven patients who had paresis or paralysis of the quadriceps muscles underwent a transfer of the biceps femoris by Caldwell's method or medial hamstring to the patella....
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