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Morphofunctional Features of the Temporomandibular Joint
Flores Campos,Paulo Sérgio; Prado Reis,Francisco; Arag?o,José Aderval;
International Journal of Morphology , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95022011000400055
Abstract: this article focuses on important morphofunctional features of the temporomandibular joint, particularly those related to the ultrastructure and anterosuperior attachment of the joint capsule and condylar position at the end of the mouth-opening movement.
The Occurrence of the Plantaris Muscle and its Muscle-Tendon Relationship in Adult Human Cadavers
Arag?o,José Aderval; Reis,Francisco Prado; Guerra,Danilo Ribeiro; Cabral,Richard Halti;
International Journal of Morphology , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95022010000100037
Abstract: twenty legs from adult male cadavers were examined to analyze the anatomical relationships between the component parts of the plantaris muscle. this muscle was present in all of the cadavers and it was found that the length of the muscle in relation to its belly was approximately three times greater than in relation to the tendon.
Origin of the Tendon of the Long Head of the Biceps Brachii Muscle and its Relationship with Glenoid Labrum in Human Foetuses Origen del Tendón de la Cabeza Larga del Bíceps Braquial y sus Relaciones con el Labro Glenoideo en Fetos Humanos
Francisco Prado Reis,José Aderval Arag?o,Gustavo Souza Moura,Iúri Amorim de Santana
International Journal of Morphology , 2009,
Abstract: We dissected the shoulders of 20 human foetuses to anatomical study. The purpose of this study was to characterize the anatomical origin of the long head tendon of the muscle biceps brachii (LHBBT) in human foetuses and its relationships with the glenoid labrum of the scapula. The results had shown that in approximately 95% of the cases the tendon of the long head of the biceps brachii inserts in the region of the glenoid labrum. This origin seems to form, together with the glenoid labrum, an anatomical complex. We conclude that the almost totality of the LHBBT was originated in the glenoidal labrum. For us, this furthermore reinforce the importance and necessity of better clarifying the anatomical and clinical implications of the biceps/labrum complex. Fueron disecados los hombros de 20 fetos humanos con el propósito de hacer un estudio anatómico. El objetivo de este estudio fue cdeterminar el origen del tendón de la cabeza larga del músculo bíceps braquial en fetos humanos y sus relaciones con el labro glenoideo. Los resultados demostraron que, en cerca del 95% de los casos, el tendón de la cabeza larga del músculo bíceps braquial estaba originándose en la región del labro glenoideo. Este origen parece formar junto, con el labro glenoideo, un complejo anatómico. Concluimos que casi todos de los tendones del músculo bíceps braquial están insertados en el labro glenoideo. Esto es importante conocer para una mejor clarificación de las implicaciones clínico-anatómicas del complejo del bíceps/labro.
Morphofunctional Features of the Temporomandibular Joint Aspectos Morfofuncionales de la Articulación Temporomandibular
Paulo Sérgio Flores Campos,Francisco Prado Reis,José Aderval Arag?o
International Journal of Morphology , 2011,
Abstract: This article focuses on important morphofunctional features of the temporomandibular joint, particularly those related to the ultrastructure and anterosuperior attachment of the joint capsule and condylar position at the end of the mouth-opening movement. Se focaliza importantes aspectos morfofuncionales de la articulación temporomandibular, especialmente aquellos relacionados a la ultraestructura e inserción antero-superior de su cápsula articular y la posición final del cóndilo, en el movimiento de apertura máxima bucal.
Contribution Towards the Anatomy of the Esophageal Hiatus and its Relationship with the Presence of Bundles of Collagen Fibers in its Margins
Filho,José Jeová de Oliveira; Filho,Benedito Herani; Reis,Francisco Prado; Feitosa,Vera Lúcia Correa; Arag?o,José Aderval;
International Journal of Morphology , 2012, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95022012000300015
Abstract: the aim was to detect the presence of bundles of collagen fibers in the margins of the esophageal hiatus and establish if there is any relationship of these bundles with the anatomy of the hiatus. ten adult male cadavers, with no gross anatomical alteration caused by trauma, surgery or disease, upon the esophageal hiatus were used in the study. a piece of anatomical structure comprising the diaphragm with the esophageal hiatus and adjacent tissues was removed, dissected and 10% formol embedding. with the aid of a digital caliper, measurements of the perimeter of the esophageal hiatus were done both in the abdominal and thoracic sides. for the structural study each margin was divided in six sections. staining techniques of masson and picrosirius-hematoxilin were used. collagen fibers bundles had been found in 8/10 studied cadavers, distributed in 13 margins of the hiatus, of which 7 to left and 6 to the right. the muscle fibers originating from the right pillar had participated in forming both margins of the esophageal hiatus in 60% of cadavers, while in 40%, the fibers of the left pillar had formed the medial side of the right margin. the right margin was statistically thicker than the left. it did not have a correlation between the measures of the vertices of the angles superior/inferior and the transversal measure of the esophageal hiatus. the measures between the vertices of the angles superior/inferior, respectively, with the central tendon and median arcuate ligament, had presented thoracic values that tended to the double, in relation to the abdominal ones, and had been statistically significant. these distances were smaller in cadavers who possessed bundles of collagen fibers in the margins of the esophageal hiatus. bundles of collagen fibers bundles were found in 65% of the 20 margins of the esophageal hiatus. the margins of the esophageal hiatus were predominantly formed by muscles fibers originated of the right pillar of the muscle diaphragm. the anatomica
Estudo anat?mico das válvulas do tronco gastrocnêmio em cadáveres humanos
Arag?o, José Aderval;Reis, Francisco Prado;Figueiredo, Luis Francisco Poli de;Miranda Junior, Fausto;Pitta, Guilherme Benjamin Brand?o;
Jornal Vascular Brasileiro , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1677-54492007000200008
Abstract: background: valves are characteristic structures of veins and are important to guide blood flow. their presence in the superficial venous system of lower limbs has been well studied. however, there is a lack of published literature on deep veins, such as the gastrocnemius vein. objective: to carry out an anatomical study of the veins in the main gastrocnemius trunk in adult human cadavers. methods: the main gastrocnemius trunks of 80 gastrocnemius muscle heads of 20 adult cadavers were dissected. the cadavers were males, aged between 40 and 68 years, and fixed in 10% formaldehyde solution. trunks and net types were classified according to arag?o et al.'s proposal. the valves were studied as to quantity, distribution, location and type with regard to trunk, leg, muscle head and type of gastrocnemius net. results: of 80 gastrocnemius muscle heads, there were 95 main gastrocnemius trunks, and 17 were duplicated. there were 65 valves in 60 gastrocnemius trunks, all of them bicuspid: 35 in type i net, 23 in type ii and seven in type iii net. valves were located in the proximal third of the main gastrocnemius trunk in 74% of cases. conclusion: valves were found in all net types that had main gastrocnemius trunk. these valves were bicuspid and predominantly located in the proximal third of main gastrocnemius trunks.
The Accessory Soleus Muscle: Case Report and a Review of the Literature El Músculo Soleo Acesorio: Reporte de Caso y Revisión de la Literatura
Francisco Prado Reis,José Aderval Arag?o,Atson Carlos de Souza Fernandes,Vera Lucia Corrêa Feitosa
International Journal of Morphology , 2007,
Abstract: An accessory soleus muscle was found in the left leg of a male cadaver in the dissecting room. The muscle was situaded posteromedially, between the soleus muscle and the flexor digitorum longus and flexor hallucis longus. The origin of the muscle was in the superior third of the anterior fascia of the soleus muscle and the insertion, was attached with separate tendon, in the anteromedial surface of calcaneus bone Durante una disección de rutina, se encontró un músculo soleo accesorio, en la pierna izquierda de un cadáver masculino. El músculo se localizaba posteromedialmente en la pierna, entre los músculos flexor largo de los dedos y largo del hálux. Su origen estaba en el tercio superior de la fascia anterior del músculo soleo y su inserción se realizaba, a través de un tendón en la superficie anteromedial del hueso calcáneo
Estudo epidemiológico de crian as vítimas de queimaduras internadas na Unidade de Tratamento de Queimados do Hospital de Urgência de Sergipe Epidemiologic study of burn injuries in children admitted to the Burn Unit of the Hospital de Urgência de Sergipe
José Aderval Arag?o,Marina Elizabeth Cavalcanti de Sant'Anna Arag?o,Dulcilene Maria Filgueira,Rosane Milet Passos Teixeira
Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Plástica , 2012,
Abstract: INTRODU O: As queimaduras constituem-se em um dos tipos de trauma mais graves e uma das principais causas de morte n o-intencional em crian as. O objetivo deste estudo foi tra ar o perfil epidemiológico de crian as queimadas. MéTODO: Foi realizado um estudo retrospectivo de pacientes vítimas de queimaduras que deram entrada na Unidade de Tratamento de Queimados, no período de janeiro de 2004 a dezembro de 2006. RESULTADOS: Observou-se predominancia das interna es em indivíduos do sexo masculino (57,8%), a maioria das crian as atendidas (57,6%) tinha idade entre 1 ano e 3 anos, o líquido aquecido foi o mais frequente agente responsável pelas queimaduras (71,6%), predominaram as queimaduras de segundo grau (59,3%), e o tórax foi o local mais atingido (28,9%). CONCLUS ES: A maioria das queimaduras constitui acidente doméstico, do qual as crian as s o as principais vítimas, especialmente aquelas com menos de 4 anos de idade, e os líquidos aquecidos s o os agentes mais comuns. BACKGROUND: Burn wounds constitute one of the most serious types of trauma and are a major cause of unintentional death in children. The aim of this study was to determine the epidemiological profile of children experiencing burn wounds. METHODS: We conducted a retrospective study of burn patients admitted to the Burn Care Unit of the Hospital de Urgência de Sergipe from January 2004 to December 2006. RESULTS: Among the children admitted, there was a predominance for males (57.8%); most of the children (57.6%) were aged between 1 and 3 years. Heated liquid was the most common agent responsible for burns (71.6%), and second-degree burns were predominant (59.3%). The chest was the most commonly affected area (28.9%). CONCLUSIONS: The majority of pediatric burn injuries result from domestic accidents. Children, particularly those younger than 4 years, are the main victims, and heated liquids are the most common agents.
Anatomical Study on the Psoas Minor Muscle in Human Fetuses
Guerra,Danilo Ribeiro; Reis,Francisco Prado; Bastos,Afranio de Andrade; Brito,Ciro José; Silva,Roberto Jer?nimo dos Santos; Arag?o,José Aderval;
International Journal of Morphology , 2012, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95022012000100024
Abstract: the anatomy of the psoas minor muscle in human beings has frequently been correlated with ethnic and racial characteristics. the present study had the aim of investigating the anatomy of the psoas minor, by observing its occurrence, distal insertion points, relationship with the psoas major muscle and the relationship between its tendon and muscle portions. twenty-two human fetuses were used (eleven of each gender), fixed in 10% formol solution that had been perfused through the umbilical artery. the psoas minor muscle was found in eight male fetuses: seven bilaterally and one unilaterally, in the right hemicorpus. five female fetuses presented the psoas minor muscle: three bilaterally and two unilaterally, one in the right and one in the left hemicorpus. the muscle was independent, inconstant, with unilateral or bilateral presence, with distal insertions at different anatomical points, and its tendon portion was always longer than the belly of the muscle.
The Accessory Soleus Muscle: Case Report and a Review of the Literature
Reis,Francisco Prado; Arag?o,José Aderval; Fernandes,Atson Carlos de Souza; Feitosa,Vera Lucia Corrêa; Fakhouri,Ricardo; Nunes,Marco Antonio Prado;
International Journal of Morphology , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95022007000400032
Abstract: an accessory soleus muscle was found in the left leg of a male cadaver in the dissecting room. the muscle was situaded posteromedially, between the soleus muscle and the flexor digitorum longus and flexor hallucis longus. the origin of the muscle was in the superior third of the anterior fascia of the soleus muscle and the insertion, was attached with separate tendon, in the anteromedial surface of calcaneus bone
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