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Musculoaponeurotic Area of the Hip and Clinicophotographic Scaling System.

Mena-Chávez JA, Cárdenas-Camarena L - Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open (2015)

Bottom Line: The borders were established using important anatomical points that determine the length and width of the area.The "clinicophotographic scaling system" was used to clinically calculate the length and width of the area.By examination and palpation, the borders and dimensions of this area could be determined.

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Affiliation: Mexican Association of Plastic Esthetic and Reconstructive Surgery (AMCPER); International Confederation for Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (IPRAS); International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS); Iberolatinoamerican Plastic Surgery Federation (FILACP); Western Mexican Association of Plastic, Esthetic and Reconstructive Surgery (SCPERO); and Jalisco College of Plastic Surgeons.

ABSTRACT

Background: With the evolution of body contouring, few innovative alternatives have been developed for cosmetic treatment in the hip area.

Methods: A multicenter controlled study was conducted, including a prior review of the literature regarding the hip area. Dissections were performed on 4 male cadavers, outlining the "musculoaponeurotic area of the hip." The area was subdivided into anterior and posterior surfaces. A clinical study was conducted in 79 patients, obtaining a scale by using the most prominent points on the sides of both thighs as the main reference. With the lines marked on photographs and the measurements, a "clinicophotographic scaling system" was designed.

Results: The anterior surface corresponds to the tensor fasciae latae and its tendon as well as to the aponeurosis of the gluteus medius. The posterior surface corresponds with the iliotibial tract and the tendon insertions of the gluteus maximus. The average dimensions of the cadaver "musculoaponeurotic area of the hip" are as follows: length, 17.5 cm, and width, 11.5 cm. Using the "clinicophotographic scaling system," the dimensions are as follows: length, 14.9 cm, and width, 10.3 cm.

Conclusions: The "musculoaponeurotic area of the hip" was defined involving muscles, tendons, aponeurosis, fascia, subcutaneous cellular tissue, and skin. The borders were established using important anatomical points that determine the length and width of the area. The "clinicophotographic scaling system" was used to clinically calculate the length and width of the area. By examination and palpation, the borders and dimensions of this area could be determined.

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A, The anterior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. P, The posterior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. S, The superior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. I, The inferior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. as, The anterior surface of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. ps, The posterior surface of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. 1, Anterosuperior iliac spine. 2, Tensor fasciae latae. 3, Tendon fibers of the gluteus maximus.
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Figure 2: A, The anterior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. P, The posterior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. S, The superior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. I, The inferior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. as, The anterior surface of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. ps, The posterior surface of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. 1, Anterosuperior iliac spine. 2, Tensor fasciae latae. 3, Tendon fibers of the gluteus maximus.

Mentions: The area enclosed within these 4 lines was divided and measured as the anterior surface (as) and the posterior surface (ps) (Figs. 1, 2).


Musculoaponeurotic Area of the Hip and Clinicophotographic Scaling System.

Mena-Chávez JA, Cárdenas-Camarena L - Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open (2015)

A, The anterior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. P, The posterior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. S, The superior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. I, The inferior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. as, The anterior surface of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. ps, The posterior surface of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. 1, Anterosuperior iliac spine. 2, Tensor fasciae latae. 3, Tendon fibers of the gluteus maximus.
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Figure 2: A, The anterior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. P, The posterior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. S, The superior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. I, The inferior line of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. as, The anterior surface of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. ps, The posterior surface of the musculoaponeurotic area of the hip. 1, Anterosuperior iliac spine. 2, Tensor fasciae latae. 3, Tendon fibers of the gluteus maximus.
Mentions: The area enclosed within these 4 lines was divided and measured as the anterior surface (as) and the posterior surface (ps) (Figs. 1, 2).

Bottom Line: The borders were established using important anatomical points that determine the length and width of the area.The "clinicophotographic scaling system" was used to clinically calculate the length and width of the area.By examination and palpation, the borders and dimensions of this area could be determined.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Mexican Association of Plastic Esthetic and Reconstructive Surgery (AMCPER); International Confederation for Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (IPRAS); International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS); Iberolatinoamerican Plastic Surgery Federation (FILACP); Western Mexican Association of Plastic, Esthetic and Reconstructive Surgery (SCPERO); and Jalisco College of Plastic Surgeons.

ABSTRACT

Background: With the evolution of body contouring, few innovative alternatives have been developed for cosmetic treatment in the hip area.

Methods: A multicenter controlled study was conducted, including a prior review of the literature regarding the hip area. Dissections were performed on 4 male cadavers, outlining the "musculoaponeurotic area of the hip." The area was subdivided into anterior and posterior surfaces. A clinical study was conducted in 79 patients, obtaining a scale by using the most prominent points on the sides of both thighs as the main reference. With the lines marked on photographs and the measurements, a "clinicophotographic scaling system" was designed.

Results: The anterior surface corresponds to the tensor fasciae latae and its tendon as well as to the aponeurosis of the gluteus medius. The posterior surface corresponds with the iliotibial tract and the tendon insertions of the gluteus maximus. The average dimensions of the cadaver "musculoaponeurotic area of the hip" are as follows: length, 17.5 cm, and width, 11.5 cm. Using the "clinicophotographic scaling system," the dimensions are as follows: length, 14.9 cm, and width, 10.3 cm.

Conclusions: The "musculoaponeurotic area of the hip" was defined involving muscles, tendons, aponeurosis, fascia, subcutaneous cellular tissue, and skin. The borders were established using important anatomical points that determine the length and width of the area. The "clinicophotographic scaling system" was used to clinically calculate the length and width of the area. By examination and palpation, the borders and dimensions of this area could be determined.

No MeSH data available.


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