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Frequency-Dependent Effects on Bladder Reflex by Saphenous Nerve Stimulation and a Possible Action Mechanism of Tibial Nerve Stimulation in Cats

Li X, Wan X, Wang Z, Liang Y, Jia Z, Zhang X, Liao L

Purpose: The present study determined the effects of saphenous nerve stimulation (SNS) at different stimulation frequencies on bladder reflex and explored a possible action mechanism of tibial nerve stimulation (TNS)...
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Defining the popliteal fossa by bony landmarks and mapping of the courses of the neurovascular structures for application in popliteal fossa surgery

Greenwood K, Zyl Rv, Keough N, Hohmann E

Surgical access to the posterior knee poses a high-risk for neurovascular damage. The study aimed to define the popliteal fossa by reliable bony landmarks and comprehensively mapping the neurovascular structures...
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Anatomical study and branching point of neurovascular structures at the medial side of the ankle

Inthasan C, Vaseenon T, Mahakkanukrauh P

Nerve entrapment and blood circulation impairment associated with the medial side of the ankle are not uncommon. The purpose of this study was to describe the anatomical basis of neurovascular...
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Superficial course of the medial plantar nerve: case report

Koo GB, Lee JH, Jang JH, Song IH, Kim JY

The medial and lateral plantar nerves are branched from the tibial nerve and move to the tip of the toes. A variation of medial plantar nerve was found on the...
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Do Failure of Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation Precludes to Use Sacral Neuromodulation in Patient With Overactive Bladder?

Berthelot , Peyronnet , Cornu JN, Aublé A, Brassart E, Bigot P, Carrouget

PURPOSE: To evaluate the outcomes of sacral neuromodulation (SNM) after failure of transcutaneous posterior tibial nerve stimulation (TPTNS) in patients with overactive bladder (OAB). METHODS: A retrospective study was conducted in...
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Optimal location of local anesthetic injection in the interspace between the popliteal artery and posterior capsule of the knee (iPACK) for posterior knee pain after total knee arthroplasty: an anatomical and clinical study

Kampitak W, Tansatit T, Tanavalee , Ngarmukos

BACKGROUND: This study aimed to determine the optimal location of local anesthetic injection in the interspace between the popliteal artery and posterior capsule of the knee (iPACK), using the anatomical...
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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Resulting from a Joint Originated the Intraneural Ganglion of the Medial Plantar Nerve: A Case Report: Surgical Treatment for Prevention of Recurrence

Kim GB, Park CH

There are a few reports on tarsal tunnel syndrome resulting from the intraneural ganglion. Although it can occur through a connection with the adjacent joint, there is no consensus on...
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Anatomical Localization of Motor Points of the Abductor Hallucis Muscle: A Cadaveric Study

Choi A, Kwon NY, Kim K, Kim Y, Oh J, Oh HM, Park JH

OBJECTIVE: To identify the anatomical motor points of the abductor hallucis muscle in cadavers. METHODS: Motor nerve branches to the abductor hallucis muscles were examined in eight Korean cadaver feet. The...
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Kim MJ, Ahn JH, Choi KY

Tarsal tunnel syndrome is an entrapment neuropathy of the tibial nerve and its branches within the tarsal tunnel, which usually occurs as a result of a space-occupying lesion, trauma or...
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A Comparison of Interside Asymmetries of Lower Extremity Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Anesthetized Patients with Unilateral Lumbosacral Radiculopathy

Yue Q, Hale T, Knecht A

STUDY DESIGN: Prospective cohort study. PURPOSE: This study was to investigate interside asymmetries of three lower extremity somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs) in anesthetized patients with unilateral lumbosacral radiculopathy. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Although...
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Unusual Presentation of Traumatic Neuroma of the Medial Plantar Nerve after Deep Laceration Mimicking a Foreign Body Granuloma: A Case Report

Woo SH, Kim TW, Bae JY

Traumatic neuromas are rare benign tumors that are common after trauma or surgery and are usually accompanied by obvious symptoms of pain. Most reports show neuromas in the face, neck,...
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Recurred Segmental Schwannomatosis Without Neurofibromatosis Type 2

Kim HJ, Han JK, So JW, Jo HD

Schwannomas are the most common type of benign peripheral nerve sheath tumors. They typically present as a solitary lesion, but multiple schwannomas rarely occur in patients with neurofibromatosis type 2...
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Primary Neurolymphoma of the Tibial Nerve: A Case Report with Characteristic MRI Findings

Lee JE, An JY, Park JS, Ryu KN, Moon SK

Primary neurolymphoma (NL) involving the peripheral nervous system is a rare disease that involves the invasion of a nerve or nerve plexus by neoplastic lymphocytes. Although there have been a...
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Topography of human ankle joint: focused on posterior tibial artery and tibial nerve

Kim DI, Kim YS, Han SH

Most of foot pain occurs by the entrapment of the tibial nerve and its branches. Some studies have reported the location of the tibial nerve; however, textbooks and researches have...
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Branching Patterns of Medial and Inferior Calcaneal Nerves Around the Tarsal Tunnel

Kim BS, Choung PW, Kwon SW, Rhyu IJ, Kim DH

OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate the bifurcation pattern of the tibial nerve and its branches. METHODS: Eleven legs of seven fresh cadavers were dissected. The reference line for the bifurcation point of tibial...
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Update on Management of Compressive Neuropathy: Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Kim HJ, Jang GS, Lee J

The tarsal tunnel is located beneath the flexor retinaculum, which connects the medial malleolus and calacaneus. The tarsal tunnel contains the posterior tibialis tendon, flexor digitorum longus tendon, posterior tibial...
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Clinical Efficacy in the Treatment of Overactive Bladder Refractory to Anticholinergics by Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation

Arrabal-Polo MA, Palao-Yago F, Campon-Pacheco I, Martinez-Sanchez M, Zuluaga-Gomez A, Arrabal-Martin M

PURPOSE: Overactive bladder (OAB) is a clinical syndrome that is currently treated initially with anticholinergics, although some other therapeutic alternatives exist, such as neuromodulation, botulinum toxin, and posterior tibial nerve...
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Effects of Peripheral Neuropathy on CTB-labeled Motor Neurons Following Ligation of the Tibial Nerve

Kim JH, Noh JY, Han EH

  • KMID: 1982472
  • Korean J Phys Anthropol.
  • 2011 Mar;24(1):31-39.
Changes in CTB labeled motor neurons of the spinal cord were observed after the induction of peripheral neuropathy by ligation of the tibial nerve. Rats were anesthetized and the tibial...
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Intraneural Ganglion Cyst in Foot and Ankle

Choi JS, Kim KH, Kwak JH, Park HG, Lee SW

  • KMID: 1451064
  • J Korean Foot Ankle Soc.
  • 2011 Dec;15(4):223-231.
PURPOSE: Pathogenesis of intraneural ganglion is controversial, however, the synovial theory that the intraarticular region is the origination of disease has come into the spotlight nowadays. But there are a...
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Intraneural Ganglion of the Tibial Nerve in the Popliteal Fossa: A Case Report

Suh JT, Moon KP

  • KMID: 2182681
  • J Korean Knee Soc.
  • 2009 Jun;21(2):109-113.
Intraneural ganglion is a relatively rare clinical entity that is commonly found in the peripheral nerves in the upper and lower extremities. It is commonly manifested by motor deficits, pain...
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