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- S2CID 26845656. pmr/104 at eMedicine - "Pes anserinus bursitis" Alvarez-Nemegyei J (April 2007). "Risk factors for pes anserinus tendinitis/bursitis syndrome: a case...
- Pes anserinus ("goose's foot") refers to two anatomical structures: Pes anserinus (leg) Pes anserinus (facial nerve) Goose foot (disambiguation) This...
- Anserinus may refer to: A biological word meaning 'goose-like' Pes anserinus (disambiguation), anatomical term meaning "goose footed", This disambiguation...
- the anserine bursa, a sub muscular bursa, just below the pes anserinus. The pes anserinus is where the tendons of the sartorius, gracilis, and semitendinosus...
- tendon of the sartorius muscle, which it joins to form the pes anserinus. The pes anserinus is separated from the medial collateral ligament of the knee-joint...
- join the tendons of the gracilis and semitendinosus muscles in the pes anserinus, where it inserts into the superomedial surface of the tibia. Its upper...
- Astragalus anserinus, also called the Goose Cr**** milkvetch, is a member of the genus Astragalus that is listed as a candidate species under the Endangered...
- which it is united. These three tendons form what is known as the pes anserinus, so named because it looks like the foot of a goose. A lower motor neuron...
- foot Pes anserinus (leg) Pes anserine bursitis, inflammatory of the inner knee at the bursa of the pes anserinus Parotid plexus, pes anserinus of the facial...
- Sartorius muscle Insertion Pes anserinus Gracilis muscle Insertion Pes anserinus Semitendinosus muscle Insertion Pes anserinus Horizontal head of the semimembranosus...