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Kinésithérapie, la revue
Vol 7, N° 65  - mai 2007
pp. 27-29
Doi : KIN-05-2007-00-65-1779-0123-101019-200702768
Variations musculaires responsables de pathologies compressives
 

Philippe Paumard
[1] Kinésithérapeute libéral 161, Boulevard Lefebvre, 75015 Paris. p.paumard@wanadoo.fr

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Les pathologies compressives, vasculaires et/ou nerveuses, sont le plus souvent interprétées comme des conséquences de modifications structurelles importantes (présence d’une côte surnuméraire dans le syndrome thoraco-brachial par exemple). Néanmoins, il ne faudrait pas négliger l’impact des variations musculaires sur ces éléments vasculo-nerveux comprimés.


Mots clés : Gastrocnemius tertius , Long fléchisseur du pouce , Syndrome du nerf interosseux antérieur , Syndrome sus-épitrochléen , Syndrome de la traversée thoraco-brachiale , Muscle






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