TERES


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pronator teres; 12) musculocutaneus nerve; 13) median nerve; 14) brachial artery; 15) ulnar nerve; 16) m.
Few reports of latissimus dorsi tendon avulsion, with or without teres major involvement, exist, highlighting the rare nature of this injury.
Out of these in 15 cases (57.69%) PH was present in the upper third of the fissure for ligamentum teres (FLT).
The objectives of this study were to compare the frequency of atraumatic ligamentum teres (LT) tear in professional ballet dancers with that of other athletes, and to determine the relationship with clinical and imaging findings.
(27) Embora possa te contra-acusar de teres cometido muitos e grandes erros, antigos e novos, nao quero: pois quero escapar dessa acusacao nao por tua malevolencia, mas pela minha benevolencia.
For each of the three motions, both the standard and posterior augmented reverse shoulders elongate the anterior, middle, and posterior deltoid and shorten both the internal rotators (subscapularis and teres major) and the external rotators (infraspinatus and teres minor) relative to the normal anatomic shoulder.
Target: Two clinics in Norway, Teres Stokkan and Teres Tromso
Capio AB (STO: CAPIO) announced on Tuesday the approval by the Norwegian competition authority of its acquisition of two Teres clinic in Norway.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-September 2, 2015-Capio's acquisition of two Teres clinics approved by competition authorities in Norway