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Anatomic Position of the Pterion among Kenyans for Lateral Skull Approaches International Journal of Morphology
Mwachaka,P; Hassanali,J; Odula,P.
The pterion is a point of sutural confluence seen in the norma lateralis of the skull where frontal, parietal, temporal and sphenoid bones meet. The position of the pterion exhibits population-based variations. Location of this point is important in surgical approaches to the anterior and middle cranial fossae. Specific measurements were taken on both sides of 90 (51 male, 39 female) Kenyan human skulls. The distances from the centerof pterion to the frontozygomatic suture were 38.88+3.49 mm on the right side and 38.24+3.47 mm on the left side. The pterion was 30.35+3.40 mm and 30.34+4.34 mm above the mid point of the zygomatic arch on the right and left sides, respectively. Males had statistically significant higher pteria compared to females being...
Tipo: Journal article Palavras-chave: Pterion; Frontozygomatic suture; Zygoma; Kenyans.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0717-95022008000400023
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Variations in the Pattern of Formation of the Abdominis Rectus Muscle Sheath among Kenyans International Journal of Morphology
Mwachaka,P; Odula,P; Awori,K; Kaisha,W.
The pattern of formation of the human rectus sheath exhibits variations, it is not clear if these variations are population specific. This study aimed at describing the pattern of formation of the rectus sheath in a select Kenyan population. Formation of the rectus sheath was analyzed in eighty subjects (47 male, 33 female) during autopsies and cadaveric dissection. The anterior wall of the rectus sheath in all cases was aponeurotic and firmly attached to rectus abdominis muscle. The posterior wall of the rectus sheath was aponeurotic in 71 (88.5%) cases, the rest were musculoaponeurotic and only seen in males. In all cases the aponeurosis of internal oblique abdominis split into two lamina; a deep lamina that fused with the aponeurosis of transverses...
Tipo: Journal article Palavras-chave: Rectus sheath; Kenyans; Anterior abdominal wall.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0717-95022009000400011
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