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Parks BJ. Postoperative peripheral neuropathies. Surgery 1973;74(3):348–57. Watson RA, Pride NB. Postural changes in lung volumes and respiratory resistance in subjects with obesity. J Appl Physiol. 2005;98(2):512–7. Brodsky J. Positioning the morbidly obese patient for anesthesia. Obes Surg. 2002;12(6):751–8. 3 Anatomy and Topography of the Anterior Abdominal Wall Michael R. Davis and Matthew R. 1 Aesthetic Landmarks Abdominal beauty does not arise from a strictly defined form. There are varied appearances which are considered aesthetically pleasing.

Compression or injury of the sciatic nerve may cause loss of function of the posterior thigh compartment muscles, all muscles of the leg and foot, and loss of sensation in the lateral leg and foot, as well as the sole and dorsum of the foot [41]. Anatomical studies indicate that the sciatic nerve and its main branches – the tibial and common peroneal nerves – are subject to variability in relation to the piriformis muscle. The sciatic nerve leaves the pelvis through the infrapyriform foramen in 96% of cases.

4 Implant augmentation locations for (a) submuscular, (b) intramuscular, and (c) subfascial procedures. S. Hispanics – request that the trochanteric depressions not be emphasized or even filled in if they are prominent [2]. The infragluteal fold is a fixed and well-defined structure that serves as the inferior border of the buttock proper and is formed by subcutaneous fat and thick fascial insertions from the femur and pelvis through the intermuscular fascia to the skin [22]. The length and definition of the infragluteal fold play important roles in aesthetically-pleasing buttocks.

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