AJR:170, February 1998 449 Contracture of the Deltoid Muscle: Imaging Findings in 17 Patients ClementK. H. 1,2 LeeRen Yeh1'2 Chien-Ta Chen2'3 Huay-Ben Pan1'2 Chien-Fang 1,2 Donald Resnick4 OBJECTIVE.
Abstract Introduction: Case report of a rare form of congenital contracture of the quadriceps muscle. Congenital contracture of the quadriceps muscle is encountered very rarely in daily orthopaedic practice.
Review of Physical Therapy Alternatives for Reducing Muscle Contracture DIANNE B. CHERRY, MS Passive stretching is a technique frequently used to treat muscle contractures;
Congenital contracture of the quadriceps muscle: confirming the diagnosis with magnetic resonance imaging Oya Özdemi ra, *, Ayçe Atalay a, Reyhan Çeliker a, Ülkü Kerimo ğ lu b, Özhan Özdemir c a Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Hacettepe University Medical School ...
The causes of contractures include acute or repetitive muscle trauma, excessive callus formation adjacent to a muscle, infection, rapid bone growth, and others. Clinically, the most common contractures appear to involve the quadriceps femoris. That contracture most often results from a femoral fracture ...
chemical studies of muscle contracture. ii. the distribution of phosphorus in frog muscle during delayed relaxation. by h. h. dixon,* h.
Kafkas Univ Vet Fak Derg 17 (3): 401-408, 2011. RESEARCH ARTICLE. Summary This study was performed on 10 dogs and 2 cats, were shown quadriceps contracture (QC).
AJR:187, August 2006 W169 AJR 2006; 187:W169-W174 0361-803X/06/1872-W169 © American Roentgen Ray Society M E D I C A L I M A G I N G A C E N T U R Y O F M E D I C A L I M A G I N G A C E N T U R Y O F Chen et al. MRI Diagnosis of Gluteal Contracture Musculoskeletal Imaging•Clinical ...
Traditional theories of muscle contracture develop-mentwerebasedon classic animal model studies performed int he 1970sbyagroupof researchers in Fran ce.7-12 These researchers evaluated differential responses of cat and rodent muscles to immobilization in different positions.
We encountered a patient who had bilateral acromium hyperplasia that appeared to be secondary to deltoid muscle contracture due to large volumes of fluid injected intramuscularly as a child.