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Tracheoesophageal Branch Arising from the Thyrocervical Trunk: a Cadaveric Case Report

Shin JO, Kim SJ, Won HJ

During routine dissection, a tracheoesophageal branch arising from the left thyrocervical trunk was found unilaterally in the cadaver of a 69-year-old male. It arose directly from the proximal part of...
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Y Stent Rendezvous to Treat Symptomatic Innominate Artery Stenosis

Mitreski G, Asadi H, Brooks MD

A male in his 60s presented with transient ischemic attacks 5 years after aortic arch branch graft repair for type A aortic dissection. Computed tomographic angiography demonstrated 80% stenosis of...
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Comparison of the ulnar nerve blockade between intertruncal and corner pocket approaches for supraclavicular block: a randomized controlled trial

Jo Y, Park J, Oh C, Chung W, Song S, Lee J, Kang H, Ko Y, Kim YH, Hong B

Background: The corner pocket (CP) approach for supraclavicular block (SCB) prevents ulnar nerve (UN) sparing due to needle proximity to the lower trunk. Improved ultrasound resolution has suggested that the...
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Rescue endovascular treatment for rapid regrowth of aneurysm remnant on middle cerebral artery trunk after unsuccessful surgical clipping in patients with a ruptured cerebral aneurysm: A report of two cases

Cho HW, Jang D, Jun HS

We report two rare cases treated with coiling after rapid regrowth (within a month) of an aneurysm remnant on the middle cerebral artery (MCA) trunk after incomplete surgical clipping. The...
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Unusual Pharyngo-Esophageal Dysphagia Caused by a High-Riding Right Brachiocephalic Artery

Park KH, Baek S, Kang EK

High-riding right brachiocephalic and subclavian arteries are often asymptomatic and rare vascular variations. We present a patient with high-riding right brachiocephalic and subclavian arteries that caused compressive pharyngeal and cervical...
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The Effects of Clam Exercise on the Trunk Control and Balance of Stroke Patients

Park J

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to verify the effect of applying clam exercise on improving trunk control and balance ability in stroke patients. Based on this, we tried...
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The Effects of Bridge Exercise with One Hip Joint Adduction on Trunk Muscle Thickness

Park JC, Lee DK

Purpose: This study aimed to verify the effects of bridge exercise with resistance to one hip joint adductor muscle on the thickness of external and internal oblique abdominal muscles, transversus...
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The Effects of Curl-up Exercise with XCO on Trunk Muscle Activation in Healthy Adults

Lim JH, Cho WS

Purpose: This study examined the effects of curl-up using XCO® on trunk muscle activation in healthy adults. Methods: This study design was a single-blind randomized controlled trial. Twelve participants were enrolled...
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Association of height loss with falls and sarcopenia in communitydwelling older women

Asahi R, Yuguchi S, Kamo T, Azami M, Ogihara H, Asano S

Objectives: Height loss is associated with vertebral fracture risk and osteoporosis. We assumed that height loss may indicate the risk of falls because the presence of osteoporosis is significantly associated...
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Effects of Trunk Control Rehabilitation Robot Training on Dynamic Balance, Lower Extremity Strength, Gait Ability and Pain in Bipolar Hemiarthroplasty

Yang H, Lim H

PURPOSE: This study examined the effects of trunk control rehabilitation robot training (TCRRT) on the dynamic balance, lower extremity strength, gait ability and pain for bipolar hemiarthroplasty. METHODS: Hemiarthroplasty (n=28) patients...
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Bilateral thyrolinguofacial trunk: unusual and rare branching pattern of external carotid artery

Baxla M, Kumari C, Kaler S

Prior knowledge of arterial supply to the head and neck is of substantial importance for well-planned surgeries involving the concerned region. We are reporting an unusual and rare variation in...
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Effect of Forward and Backward Arm Extension Movement of Pilates Exercise Using Cadillac Instrument on Trunk Muscle Activity

Kim J, Hur S, An K, Kim S, Lee J

PURPOSE: This study analyzed the muscle activity changes induced by motions of reaching forward and chest expansion that were examined from the bilateral muscles with rectus abdominis, external oblique, multifidus,...
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Right and left common carotid arteries arising from the branchiocephalic, a rare variation of the aortic arch

Panagouli , Tsoucalas , Papaioannou T, Fiska A, Venieratos D, Skandalakis P

The aortic arch may present a plethora of anatomical variations, which my cause a cluster of complications in interventional procedures in surgery and angiography. We present a rare case of...
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Variations in the branching pattern of the celiac trunk and its clinical significance

Hemamalini

Celiac trunk is the artery of foregut, arising from the abdominal aorta at the level of T12/L1 vertebral body. It extends approximately 1.5 to 2 cm horizontally forwards before dividing...
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Effects of Active Vibration Exercise on Trunk Muscle Activity, Balance, and Activities of Daily Living in Patients with Chronic Stroke

Lee DK, Kim EK

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate the effect of active vibration exercise on trunk muscle activity, balance, and activities of daily living in patients with chronic stroke. METHODS: Twenty-four patients with...
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Effects of NMES and Horseback Riding Using a Robotic Device on the Trunk Muscle Activity and Gross Motor Function in Children with Spastic Diplegia

Park SJ, Youn PS

PURPOSE: This study examined the effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) and horseback riding using a robotic device on the trunk muscle activity and gross motor function in children with...
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Investigating the Dose-Related Effects of Video Game Trunk Control Training in Chronic Stroke Patients With Poor Sitting Balance

Kim HY, Moon HI, Chae YH, Yi TI

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the dose-related effect of trunk control training (TCT) using Trunk Stability Rehabilitation Robot Balance Trainer (TSRRBT) in chronic stroke patients with poor sitting balance. METHODS: This was a...
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Endovascular Treatment of a Saccular Aneurysm in the Celiomesenteric Trunk: A Case Report and Review of Literature

Lee SA, Jae HJ, Ahn S, Min SI, Ha J, Min SK

To present a world-first case of a successful endovascular treatment of a celiomesenteric trunk (CMT) aneurysm. A 45-year-old man had an asymptomatic saccular aneurysm in a rare anomaly of CMT....
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Ultrasound-guided truncal blocks for perioperative analgesia

Koh WU, Lee JH

The widespread application of ultrasound in clinical anesthesiology has led to an increase in the number of practitioners performing peripheral nerve blocks of the trunk to produce analgesia and anesthesia...
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A rare combined variation of the coeliac trunk, renal and testicular vasculature

Potgieter , Taylor AM, Wessels Q

The authors report a rare variation of the coeliac trunk, renal and testicular vasculature in a 27-year-old male cadaver. In the present case, the coeliac trunk and superior mesenteric artery...
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