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Variations for Incomplete Formation of the Plantaris Muscle: A Case Report

Park KR, Cho J, Choi YJ, Lee M, Kim D, Kwon HW, Park J

We present a case of variation of origin and tendon disappearance in a 58-year-old Korean male cadaveric specimen in our routine dissections. First, the origin of the plantaris muscle is...
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Bicipital origin and the course of the plantaris muscle

Heo Y, Lee H, Hwang SJ

The plantaris muscle (PM) has a small fusiform muscle belly and a long slender tendon sandwiched between the soleus (SM) and gastrocnemius muscle (GM). During routine dissection for research, an...
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Relationship of the fabella with the origins of the plantaris and gastrocnemius lateral head muscles in late-term fetuses: a histological study

Jin ZW, Kim JH, Suzuki D, Sugai N, Murakami G, Abe H, Rodríguez-Vázquez JF

Previous studies of midterm fetuses indicated that a cartilaginous fabella appeared to be embedded in the plantaris (PL), and was fused with the gastrocnemius lateral head (GL). We re-examined the...
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Complex Variations of Plantaris Muscle Origin, Course and Insertion: A Cadaveric Case Report

Park KR, Cho J, Choi YJ, Kim D, Kwon HW, Lee M, Yoon KH, Park J

Abstract : During routine educational dissection, we found complex variations of plantaris muscle, including origin, course of muscle belly, and tendon insertion, from the 89-years-old Korean male leg. First, we...
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Anatomical Classification of Plantaris Tendon according to Shape and Location of Insertion in Korean

Park KR, Cho J, Choi YJ, Kim D, Kwon HW, Jang HJ, Kang H, Park J

The plantaris muscle is a small muscle with a short belly and long thin tendon that forms part of the posterior superficial compartment of the calf. The purpose of this...
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Anatomical popliteal artery entrapment syndrome

Kwon YJ, Kwon TW, Gwon JG, Cho YP, Hwang SJ, Go KY

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to analyze anatomical popliteal artery entrapment syndrome (PAES) and to individualize the treatment of this condition according to the anatomical status of the...
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Anatomical Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome Caused by an Aberrant Plantaris Muscle

Kwon YJ, Kwon TW, Um EH, Shin S, Cho YP, Kim JM, Lee SH, Hwang SJ

PURPOSE: We report on cases of anatomical popliteal artery entrapment syndrome (PAES) caused by an aberrant plantaris muscle and highlight the involvement of this muscle in PAES. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Seven...
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Intramuscular Baker's Cyst in Plantaris: A Case Report

Lee CH, Noh JM, Kim TS

Baker's cyst is found as most frequent cystic mass around the knee occurring between medial head of gastrocnemius muscle and semimembranosus muscle. The proximal or posterolateral extension of the cyst...
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