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KUKKALA: Harmaa sisäänkäynti

KUKKALA: Harmaa sisäänkäynti

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Pynt med prydgress ved inngangsdøren: http://www.mestergronn.no/blogg/prydgress-grasiost-og-dekorativt/

Pynt med prydgress ved inngangsdøren: http://www.mestergronn.no/blogg/prydgress-grasiost-og-dekorativt/

Love this interior, so much light and space! @talinegabriel • 16k likes

Love this interior, so much light and space! @talinegabriel • 16k likes

This bedroom Credit: @marzena.marideko #gofollow

This bedroom Credit: @marzena.marideko #gofollow

Serratus Anterior Activation Progressions - YouTube. This guy has lots of informative videos. Good stuff!

Serratus Anterior Activation Progressions - YouTube. This guy has lots of informative videos. Good stuff!

Illustration demonstrates how distention of the joint capsule elevates both anterior (arrow, a) and posterior (arrow, p) fat pads. Shaded gray area represents the potential joint space, which, when distended, elevates the fat pads (clear or white areas).

Illustration demonstrates how distention of the joint capsule elevates both anterior (arrow, a) and posterior (arrow, p) fat pads. Shaded gray area represents the potential joint space, which, when distended, elevates the fat pads (clear or white areas).

Stenosing tenosynovitis, also called trigger finger, is another disorder involving the flexor pulleys. In this condition, a fibrous nodule develops on the tendon near the edge of the tendon sheath. The nodule prevents the tendon from freely gliding in and out of the surrounding synovial sheath. Stenosing tenosynovitis is usually a problem with the tendon sheath, but in some cases, the nodule on the tendon catches on the edge of the flexor pulleys. If this is the case, the offending flexor…

Stenosing tenosynovitis, also called trigger finger, is another disorder involving the flexor pulleys. In this condition, a fibrous nodule develops on the tendon near the edge of the tendon sheath. The nodule prevents the tendon from freely gliding in and out of the surrounding synovial sheath. Stenosing tenosynovitis is usually a problem with the tendon sheath, but in some cases, the nodule on the tendon catches on the edge of the flexor pulleys. If this is the case, the offending flexor…