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gluteus medius

[′glüd·ē·əs ′mēd·ē·əs]
(anatomy)
The muscle of the buttocks lying between the gluteus maximus and gluteus minimus.
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The specimen from the gluteus medius muscle showed histologically fat infiltration, consistent with the involved muscle in poliomyelitis (Figure 4).
In the current patient, the initial MRI showed fatty signal changes with inhomogeneous edematous lesions in the right gluteus medius muscle (Figure 1).
At the beginning of the research, asymmetry of tone of gluteus medius muscles (oscillation frequency of a muscle) was 30.
Asymmetry of stiffness of gluteus medius muscles decreased after physiotherapy exercises to 85% while lying and 80% while standing.
Isometric gluteus medius muscle torque is a poor predictor of frontal plane pelvic drop in running.
Finally, palpate over specific structures, such as the hip flexor muscles, greater trochanter, iliotibial band, and gluteus medius muscle, to further localize the source of pain.
The clinical problem in the majority of such hips may be characterized by weakness of the gluteus medius muscle, but with a closer look, there is also substantial pain and limitation of motion from impingement.
1995) reported that horses adapted to endurance tests, with better results of athletic performance, have a large aerobic capacity and, proportionally, less anaerobic capacity in the gluteus medius muscle compared to horses with bad performance.
The gluteus medius muscle is divided at the junction of the anterior one-third and posterior two-thirds and elevated with a flake of bone from the greater trochanter.
The effect of foot wedging on electromyographic activity in the erector spinae and gluteus medius muscles during walking, 18:81-91.
The right and left gluteus medius muscles alone contributed on average to greater than 40 percent of the controller response for internal perturbations.
If done correctly, this pose energizes and stabilizes the inner thighs and strengthens the gluteus medius muscles.