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(Calf pain)
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  • Functional Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome. [Journal Article]
  • RPRev Port Cir Cardiotorac Vasc 2017 Jul-Dec; 24(3-4):183
  • Gamas L, Rocha Neves J, … Teixeira J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Continuous popliteal artery compression leads to its progressive fibrosis, which may cause thrombosis or post-stenotic aneurysmal dilation. Treatment should be performed as soon as possible as to avoid this course and the eventual necessity of interposition or bypass grafting. Futhermore, late intervention worsens the interposition/ bypass grafting prognosis5. In this sense, the possibility of this diagnosis should be considered in a young patient presenting with intermittent claudication. Diagnostic tests are often decisive for differential diagnosis and to establish the disease subtype and intervention strategy. In most patients, a culprit muscular or tendinous anomaly is detected before surgery, however, in some individuals, especially physically active ones, compression results from muscular hypertrophy.
  • Ultrasound-guided lateral and subcostal transversus abdominis plane block in calves: a cadaveric study. [Journal Article]
  • VAVet Anaesth Analg 2018; 45(3):384-391
  • Mirra A, von Rotz A, … Spadavecchia C
  • CONCLUSIONS: TAP injections were easy to perform with both techniques in calf cadavers. The volume of injectate did not influence spread. The authors conclude that a combination of the two approaches is necessary, but perhaps not sufficient, to stain all of the nerves innervating the ventral abdominal wall. Further studies are required to refine the technique and evaluate its efficacy in preventing nociception in calves.
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