A CLINICO-ANATOMICAL REPORT OF AN ACCESSORY MUSCLE FASCICLE EMANATING FROM SARTORIUS MUSCLE. Informe anatomo-clínico de un fascículo muscular accesorio que emana del músculo sartorio

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  • Vandana Mehta Department of Anatomy, Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
  • Ashwini Kumar Department of Anatomy, Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
  • Jyoti Arora Department of Anatomy, Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
  • R K Suri Department of Anatomy, Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
  • Gayatri Rath Department of Anatomy, Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31051/1852.8023.v4.n3.14036

Palabras clave:

accessory, sartorius, fascicle, thigh, vastus medialis, accesorio, sartorio, fascículo, muslo, vasto medial

Resumen

Los fascículos musculares accesorios se observan raras veces en relación al músculo sartorio (MS) de la extremidad inferior. La descripción del caso existente informa una presencia poco común de un fascículo muscular accesorio visto pasar del MS al músculo vasto medial (VM) encontrado unilateralmente en la cara anterior del muslo derecho de un cadáver masculino indio adulto. La anomalía fue observada por accidente mientras se mostraba la cara extensora del muslo a los estudiantes de pregrado. Deseamos llamar la atención sobre los diversos aspectos de los usos clínicos de tal músculo supernumerario. Los ecografistas deben ser conscientes de la posible presencia de fascículos musculares accesorios mientras investigan esta región antes de la anestesia o de la exploración de esta área. Este músculo accesorio poco común se debe citar en los textos clínicos para advertir a los cirujanos reconstructivos y a los radiólogos. 

 

Accessory muscle fascicles are rarely observed in relation to the sartorius muscle (SM) of the lower extremity. The existing case description reports a rare presence of an accessory muscle fascicle seen to pass from the SM to the vastus medialis muscle (VM) found unilaterally in the anterior aspect of the right thigh of an adult Indian male cadaver. The anomaly was observed accidentally while demonstrating the extensor aspect of the thigh to the undergraduate students. We wish to bring attention to the various aspects of clinical usages of such a supernumerary muscle. Ultrasonologists should be aware of the possible presence of accessory muscle fascicles while investigating this region prior to anesthesia or exploration of this area. This unusual accessory muscle should be cited in clinical texts for cautioning the reconstructive surgeons and the radiologists.

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2016-03-28

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Mehta, V., Kumar, A., Arora, J., Suri, R. K., & Rath, G. (2016). A CLINICO-ANATOMICAL REPORT OF AN ACCESSORY MUSCLE FASCICLE EMANATING FROM SARTORIUS MUSCLE. Informe anatomo-clínico de un fascículo muscular accesorio que emana del músculo sartorio. Revista Argentina De Anatomía Clínica, 4(3), 106–109. https://doi.org/10.31051/1852.8023.v4.n3.14036

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