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Anatomy and Physiology of the Pelvic Floor
Eickmeyer SM. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2017 - Review. PMID 28676358
The pelvic floor muscles are comprised mainly of the levator ani muscles with somatic innervation from the lumbosacral plexus. ...
The pelvic floor muscles are comprised mainly of the levator ani muscles with somatic innervation from the lumbosacral plexus. ...
Levator ani muscle innervation: Anatomical study in human fetus.
Nyangoh Timoh K, et al. Neurourol Urodyn 2017. PMID 27813139
AIMS: To characterize the nature and function of the levator ani muscle innervation pathways and to perform a comprehensive three-dimensional reconstruction of female pelvic innervation. ...The levator ani nerve was solely somatic, located above the levator ani muscle (supralevator pathway), supplying innervation to the superior aspect of the levator ani muscle. ...
AIMS: To characterize the nature and function of the levator ani muscle innervation pathways and to perform a comprehensive th …
The innervation of the muscle spindle: a personal history.
Banks RW. J Anat 2015 - Review. PMID 26095428 Free PMC article.
I present a brief review of current understanding of the innervation of the mammalian muscle spindle, from a personal historical perspective. ...This is followed by an examination of the distribution and some functional properties of the motor innervation. The primary ending is the subject of the final section, in particular, I look at what can be learned from serial sectioning and volumetric reconstruction, and present new results on a model and simulations concerning sensory terminal deformation during stretch....
I present a brief review of current understanding of the innervation of the mammalian muscle spindle, from a personal historic …
Sympathetic innervation of human muscle spindles.
Radovanovic D, et al. J Anat 2015. PMID 25994126 Free PMC article.
This is, to our knowledge, the first morphological study concerning the sympathetic innervation of the human muscle spindles. ...Knowledge about direct sympathetic innervation of the muscle spindle might expand our understanding of motor and proprioceptive dysfunction under stress conditions, for example, chronic muscle pain syndromes....
This is, to our knowledge, the first morphological study concerning the sympathetic innervation of the human muscle spindles. …
Afferent Innervation, Muscle Spindles, and Contractures Following Neonatal Brachial Plexus Injury in a Mouse Model.
Nikolaou S, et al. J Hand Surg Am 2015. PMID 26319770
PURPOSE: We used an established mouse model of elbow flexion contracture after neonatal brachial plexus injury (NBPI) to test the hypothesis that preservation of afferent innervation protects against contractures and is associated with preservation of muscle spindles and ErbB signaling. ...RESULTS: Preganglionic and postganglionic injuries caused similar total denervation and biceps muscle atrophy. However, after preganglionic injuries, afferent innervation was partially preserved and elbow flexion contractures were significantly less severe. ...
PURPOSE: We used an established mouse model of elbow flexion contracture after neonatal brachial plexus injury (NBPI) to test the hypothesis …
Muscle and Nerve Imaging.
Reijnierse M. Semin Musculoskelet Radiol 2018. PMID 29791954
Ambulation capacity and functional outcome in patients undergoing neuromuscular electrical stimulation after cardiac valve surgery: A randomised clinical trial
Fontes Cerqueira TC, et al. Medicine (Baltimore) 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30431575 Free PMC article.
Therefore, we aimed to investigate the effects of NMES on walking ability, muscle strength, functional independence, and quality of life in cardiac valve surgery patients in the immediate postoperative period. ...There was a statistically significant difference in upper-limb muscle strength loss and decline in mobility at postoperative day 3, which had a tendency to recover to initial values at 5PO, in both groups. ...
Therefore, we aimed to investigate the effects of NMES on walking ability, muscle strength, functional independence, and quality of l …
Examination of feline extraocular motoneuron pools as a function of muscle fiber innervation type and muscle layer.
Bohlen MO, et al. J Comp Neurol 2017. PMID 27588695 Free PMC article.
To test whether these layers are supplied by anatomically discrete motoneuron pools, we injected tracer into the orbital layer of the cat lateral rectus muscle. No evidence of either morphological or distributional differences was found, suggesting that the functional differences in these layers may be due mainly to their orbital anatomy, not their innervation. ...
To test whether these layers are supplied by anatomically discrete motoneuron pools, we injected tracer into the orbital layer of the cat la …
Functional diversity of motoneurons in the oculomotor system
Hernández RG, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2019. PMID 30760592 Free PMC article.
Extraocular muscles contain two types of muscle fibers according to their innervation pattern: singly innervated muscle fibers (SIFs), similar to most skeletal muscle fibers, and multiply innervated muscle fibers (MIFs). ...Accordingly, MIF motoneurons could control mainly gaze in the off-direction, when less force is needed, whereas SIF motoneurons would contribute to increase muscle tension progressively toward the on-direction as more force is required. ...
Extraocular muscles contain two types of muscle fibers according to their innervation pattern: singly innervated muscle
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