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The Bigger Butt Program is a program designed to use some unexpected exercises to get a firmer and round butt. The program will not only help the users to build a firmer butt, but it will also give them hints on how to make it remain firmly so.As with any workout program, results are directly related to how closely the users follow the program. This program is no different, the better the users follow it, the more likely they are to benefit from typical results. If followed, in 60 days the users should see typical results, with less time spent working out than most other programs out there.The methods employed in this products are natural ones that have been proven by many specialists. The system comes with bonus E-books- '7 Tactics To Eat What You Want And Still Lose Weight '(The Key To Eating What You Want While Maintaining A Great Shape) and '6 Simple Diet Changes for Dramatic Weight Loss (How To Eat The Right Food For Weight Loss).You will have a chance to use the different versions of the program. It comes in EBook format and an online video format. The EBook will give you the mental preparation needed to make it work perfectly. While the video will be your guide. And the program has been created at a very affordable price. Continue reading...

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Chronic Limb Ischemia

In the lower limb, patients in the initial stages of disease complain of calf, thigh, or buttock pain brought on by walking, which is relieved after a few minutes of rest. This is commonly a condition that follows a variable course with periods of remission and relapse, often according to changes in lifestyle, medications, or the progress of a comorbid condition such as diabetes mellitus. With worsening ischemia, the patient begins to feel pain at night usually in the distal forefoot, toes, and instep (rest pain). As the patient becomes horizontal in bed (removing the effect of gravity on blood flow), and the blood pressure drops with the onset of sleep, perfusion of the lower limbs worsens. Patients often wake up in the middle of the night with pain that they can relieve only by getting out of bed and, paradoxically, walking around the bedroom. Some patients with rest pain learn to sleep with the affected leg hanging over the side of the bed to regain the...

Normal Venous Function

Saphenous vein (LSV) and short saphenous vein (SSV) and their tributaries. As there are numerous communications between the long and short saphenous systems, and between the superficial and deep systems through junctional and nonjunctional perforators, these three elements are highly interdependent, both anatomically and functionally, in health and in disease. Most of the blood draining into the superficial veins from skin and subcutaneous tissues immediately enters the deep venous system via perforators in the foot, calf, and thigh. In healthy subjects, less that 10 of the total venous return from the lower limb passes through the LSV and SSV to the saphenofemoral junction (SFJ) and saphenopopliteal junction (SPJ), respectively. Blood is forced back up the leg during leg muscle systole, and prevented from flowing back down the leg under the influence of gravity during diastole, through the actions of the muscle pumps and closure of venous valves, respectively. The act of walking...

Answers and Explanations

Active athletes who use their gluteal muscles extensively may present with hypertrophy of the piriformis muscle. In some individuals, the common peroneal component of the sciatic nerve courses through this muscle rather than emerging inferior to it. The hypertrophy compresses the nerve, leading to the altered sensation in the area of distribution of the superficial peroneal nerve.

How and where do I inject myself

You will be given advice about the best sites for injection. The tops of the thighs, buttocks and abdomen are the most common sites, and it is best to avoid using the same area every time, otherwise you could develop a small fatty lump, which could affect the smoothness of insulin absorption. It is probably a good idea to inject medium- or long-acting insulin into your thigh or buttock and use your tummy for short-acting injections, but the most important thing is that you should be reasonably comfortable about the sites you are using.

Patency of the Femorofemoral Crossover Bypass

Early reports suggested that only about 20 of patients with an AAA would be anatomically suitable for EVAR. Nowadays, applicability has been raised to 5060 or more of these patients, due to mechanical and design enhancements and technique evolvement 2, 3, 5, 59 . However, it has been estimated that approximately 50 of patients are excluded from EVAR because of unsuitable iliofemoral arteries 59 . If this disadvantageous iliac artery anatomy could be overcome, perhaps two-thirds of patients would be potential candidates for EVAR if open repair is not considered optimal. Clouse et al. 15 mentions in his article that an aortouniiliac prosthesis combined with contralateral lower extremity revascular-ization with femoro-femoral crossover by-pass grafting could overcome many of these iliac limitations if one iliac system provides adequate access and a distal attachment zone. Recognized advantages to such a system include ease of device deployment, without rotational concerns, and no modular...

Peripheral Arterial Disease

Common sites of claudication include obstruction in the aortoiliac artery, which produces ischemia in the hip, thigh, and buttock obstruction in the femoral artery or its branches, which produce ischemia in the thigh and calf and obstruction in the popliteal artery, which is manifested in the foot, ankle, and calf.

Massive Fetomaternal Hemorrhage

Studies of hemoglobin, and bilirubin should be obtained. Several vials of RhIG can be pooled in one syringe for a single injection. Not more than 5 ml should be injected at one time into each buttock. If more than ten doses are required, the injections should be spaced over the 72-hour period however, the optimum time sequence for these injections has not been established. Failure of this method to prevent Rh alloimmunization usually means that the massive fetomaternal hemorrhage was chronic.

Posterior Approach Technique

This mini-incision posterior approach is the most commonly used less-invasive surgical technique for total hip replacement. The less-invasive posterior approach involves a 10-cm oblique incision which, unlike the two-incision approach, is non-proprietary (Figs. 4, 5). The gluteus maximus tendon is split in line with its fibres,

Hipleggcalveperthes Disease

PE When patient stands on his left leg, his right buttock sags (Trendelenburg sign) no sensory loss noted in gluteal area swing phase of left leg seems most affected to swing left leg, child leans over to right side and then swings left leg in front of right (the superior gluteal nerve is paralyzed) right leg swings normally (hip abductors function normally to prevent pelvis from tilting over when leg is swinging). Discussion Unilateral hip dislocation causes Trendelenburg gait, with tilting of the trunk toward the affected side in each step. The superior gluteal nerve exits the sciatic foramen superior to the piriformis muscle. This nerve innervates the gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, and tensor fascia lata, which are medial rotators of the thigh and abductors of the hip when the thigh is fixed. The inferior gluteal nerve and artery as well as the sciatic nerve exit the sciatic foramen inferior to the piriformis muscle to supply the gluteus maximus.

Hip Dislocationtraumatic

Weight left leg externally rotated at rest (lateral rotators piriformis, obturator internus and externus, superior and inferior gemellus, quadratus femoris, gluteus maximus) left leg slightly shorter than right with tenderness in femoral triangle limb in adduction cannot raise heel off bed.

Temporomandibular Joint Dislocation

When patient stands on his left leg, his right buttock sags ( TRENDELENBURG SIGN) no sensory loss noted in gluteal area swing phase of left leg seems most affected to swing left leg, child leans over to right side and then swings left leg in front of right (the superior gluteal nerve is paralyzed on the right side of this child) right leg swings normally (hip abductors function normally on the left side to prevent pelvis from tilting over to the right side when right leg is swinging). Unilateral hip dislocation causes Trendelenburg's gait, with tilting of the trunk toward the affected side in each step. The superior gluteal nerve exits the sciatic foramen superior to the piriformis muscle. This nerve innervates the gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, and tensor fascia lata, which are medial rotators of the thigh and abductors of the hip when the thigh is fixed. The inferior gluteal nerve and artery as well as the sciatic nerve exit the sciatic foramen inferior to the piriformis muscle to...

Sacral Nerve Stimulation

Sns Implantation

An SNS device consists of a lead implanted adjacent to a targeted sacral nerve, a pulse generator (IPG) implanted in the lower abdomen or upper buttocks, and an extension that connects the lead to the IPG. Electrical pulses from the IPG are transmitted through the extension Once the electrically insulated needle has been positioned for acute stimulation, a graduated current amplitude is applied to the nerve to determine responses consistent with an S3 pattern. Because S3 is primarily responsible for levator function and has less contribution to the motor function of the lower extremity, stimulation at this level is preferable. The S3 responses are deepening of the buttocks groove (bellows response) and plantar flexion of the great toe only. When these responses have been discerned, a test stimulation lead is threaded through the needle lumen, and the needle is withdrawn, leaving the Fig. 3. Surgical Implantation of the SNS device. The lead is maintained by securing to the posterior...

Commentary

This patient presented several factors which would make stent grafting a wise option. Unfortunately, the anatomy was not favourable. Huge left hypogastric aneurysms made a stent graft difficult with a risk of type II endoleak. Hypogastric embolisation if performed should have blocked the distal tributaries of the internal laic artery, which is a cause of sever buttock complications. Another restricting factor for stent graft is the creatinine level. Since CT scan with contrast medium is the gold standard for surveillance after stent grafting, renal function impairment is a serious risk in this patient.

Lumbosacral plexus

The sacral plexus extends dorsally, emerging from the lower pelvis through the greater sciatic foramen. The posterior femoral cutaneous nerve develops directly out of the sacral plexus. The sciatic nerve is formed from segments L5 to S3. In the buttocks region, it proceeds beneath the gluteus maximus muscle and passes between the ischial tuberosity and the greater trochanter of the femur to the dorsal thigh. At this point it supplies motor fibres to the dorsal musculature of the thigh. Approximately 10 to 15 cm above the level of the knee joint, is commonly where it diverges into the tibial nerve and common peroneal nerve.

All In The Hips

The human pelvis is shaped like a saddle, worn around the waist and designed to support the body at all times. We all know about the gluteal muscles, the lumps of tissue that we sit on, the stuff our buttocks are made of. Three of these muscles are in each upper leg the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus. In a gorilla or chimpanzee the latter two muscles allow powerful quadrupedal propulsion. They attach to the top of the femur in the upper leg and to the top of the iliac blade of the ape's pelvis, providing the ape with a wide range of motion. Humans no longer need these muscles for propulsion, because extending the hip muscles is not what propels us forward. So this muscle group When a chimpanzee stands upright, its knees are bent, and, lacking properly positioned gluteal muscles, it must lean forward for balance. Chimpanzees fail this test badly. An ape standing upright is forced into a side-to-side rocking movement. Every bad movie ever made about apes, beginning...

Erbs Palsy

PE Frail, elderly woman with poor muscle tone and low body weight right leg externally rotated at rest (lateral rotators piriformis, obturator internus and externus, superior and inferior gemellus, quadratus femoris, gluteus maximus) right leg slightly shorter than left with tenderness in femoral triangle limb in adduction cannot raise heel off bed.

Medical bi

This is the classic presentation of a fracture of the neck of the femur. This type of fracture typically occurs in postmenopausal women with significant bone resorption due to osteoporosis. Dislocation of the head of the femur can produce a similar effect. The change in the position of the leg is due to the action of the gluteal muscles, particularly the gluteus maximus. Fracture of the femur at the greater trochanter (choice A) produces a less dramatic effect, because only the gluteus medius and gluteus minimus attach to it, and the overall structure of the femur remains intact. 27. The correct answer is D. Injections are given in the upper, outer quadrant of the buttocks to prevent damage to the sciatic nerve, which is present in the lower quadrant. The other nerves listed are not particularly vulnerable to injections into the buttocks. The superior gluteal nerve (choice E) is a branch of the sacral plexus. It supplies the gluteus minimus and medius and...

The Skin and Aging

How does the sun damage the skin What observable changes that we associate with aging can be attributed to sun exposure To answer these questions, we can take a top down approach starting with the epidermis. In aged skin the epidermis is significantly thinner than it is in youthful skin. The number of cell layers actually diminishes, but the process of differentiation continues so that the skin surface is always covered by a waterproof stratum corneum. The epidermis never fails with old age, resulting in loss of its barrier function. Epidermal failure would be a life-threatening problem, because the person would literally dry up. In other words, nobody ever dies of old skin as they do when other life-sustaining organs such as the heart, liver, or lungs fail. A biopsy of aged skin from a chronically sun-exposed body area such as the face would demonstrate a thinner epidermis than would a biopsy from a rarely (if ever) exposed area such as the buttock. On the same person all of the...

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