Sheetal Kotgirwar

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The peroneus quartus (PQ) is an accessory muscle of the peroneal/lateral compartment of the leg. The muscle has often been implicated as a cause of pain in the lateral ankle region, and subluxation or attrition of the peroneal tendons. The present study was aimed at observing the prevalence and morphology of this muscle in human cadavers. Ninety-two(More)
which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. While studying the literature and observing the human tricuspid valves during routine anatomical dissections, it was observed that the tricuspid valve leaflets do not usually comply to their respective surfaces. The(More)
During the strengthening and weakening procedures of intraocular muscles, distance of insertion from the sclerocorneal junction is an important determinant in the identification of muscles. During repositioning of the aponeurosis of the muscles, it is desired that the width should not change in order to avoid diversion of forces. Available anatomic studies(More)
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