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(sternomastoid region)
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  • Muscle spindles of the rat sternomastoid muscle. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Transl Myol 2018; 28(4):7904Giuriati W, Ravara B, … Nori A
  • The sternomastoid (SM) muscle in rodents presents a peculiar distribution of fiber types with a steep gradient from the ventral, superficial, white portion to the dorsal, deep, red region, where muscle spindles are restricted. Cross section of the medial longitudinal third of the rat SM contains around 10,000 muscle fibers with a mean diameter of 51.28±12.62 (μm +/- SD). Transverse sections stain…
  • Revisiting the peculiar regional distribution of muscle fiber types in rat Sternomastoid Muscle. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Transl Myol 2018; 28(1):7302Ravara B, Gobbo V, … Patruno M
  • The sternomastoid (SM) muscle in rodents is known to have a peculiar distribution of fiber types with a steep gradient from surface to deep region. We here further characterize this peculiar regional distribution by quantitative histochemical morphometrys. In Hematoxylin-Eosin (H-E) stained transverse cryosections harvested in the medial portion of the muscle we counted around 10.000 myofibers wi…
  • Late Dacron Patch Inflammatory Reaction after Carotid Endarterectomy. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 2017; 54(4):423-429Alawy M, Tawfick W, … Sultan S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Late wound complications after CEA may be related to inflammatory reaction of the Dacron patch rather than infection. Infection should be excluded first. Reconstruction with vein is effective. However, debridement with sternomastoid and omohyoid muscle covering of the patch may be considered in high risk patients after exclusion of infection with regular follow-up.
  • Bilateral four heads of the sternocleidomastoid muscle. [Case Reports]
    Surg Radiol Anat 2015; 37(7):871-3Kim SY, Jang HB, … Yoon SP
  • The sternocleidomastoid muscle shows a wide range of variations including supernumerary muscular heads. We found a rare variation in the sternocleidomastoid muscle with bilateral supernumerary heads in a 67-year-old Korean male cadaver. Bilateral four muscle bellies were recorded: two sternomastoids, one cleido-occipital and one cleido-mastoid occipital on the right side, and one sternomastoid, o…
  • Giant neurilemmoma of the vagus nerve: a case report and review of literature. [Case Reports]
    J Indian Med Assoc 2012; 110(12):926-8Dhull AK, Kaushal V, … Kataria SP
  • Cervical vagal neurilemmomas are rare, usually asymptomatic, slow-growing tumours and defined as a benign, encapsulated neoplasm that arises in the nerve fibre. Magnetic resonant imaging (MRI) plays a central role in diagnosing vagal nerve neoplasm and in fact, provides important pre-operative information useful in planning optimal surgical treatment. A rare case of giant neurilemmoma is presente…
  • First branchial arch fistula: diagnostic dilemma and improvised surgical management. [Case Reports]
    Am J Otolaryngol 2011 Nov-Dec; 32(6):617-9Prabhu V, Ingrams D
  • First branchial cleft anomalies are uncommon, and only sporadic case reports are published in the literature. They account for 1% to 8% of all the branchial abnormalities. The often variable presentation and tract siting of first arch fistulae have led to misdiagnosis. The misdiagnosis results in inappropriate/ineffective treatment and recurrence of the sinus tract. We present a 19-year-old woman…
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