Maria Alexandre Bettencourt Pires

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INTRODUCTION Sciatic nerve variations are relatively common. These variations are often very significant in several fields of Medicine. The purpose of this paper is to present two such variants and discuss their clinical implications. MATERIAL AND METHODS Three Caucasian cadavers with no prior history of lower limb trauma or surgery were dissected and(More)
In over 500 human cadaveric dissections of arms and forearms, performed to the present date, we find frequent anatomical variations, corresponding to classic descriptions. Last year, we found a singular anatomic variation of the extensor muscles of the forearm, which seems previously undescribed. It is our strong belief that gross anatomy studies, and gross(More)
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