Nurulhusein Nurbhai

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A median accessory digastric muscle was revealed during a dissection of the submental region. The muscle was located between the anterior bellies of the digastrics, external to the mylohyoid and deep to the platysma. It appeared as a flat quadrilateral sheet. Its base arose from the front of the body of the hyoid bone near its upper border. Lower portion of(More)
PURPOSE Traditional surgical management for pronator syndrome results in a relatively long and possibly disfiguring scar across the antecubital fossa. The purposes of this study were to present an endoscopic technique that facilitates the decompression of the proximal median nerve without extensile incisions, and to evaluate whether this minimally invasive(More)
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