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rectus

[′rek·təs]
(anatomy)
Having a straight course, as certain muscles.
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Effects of exercise on diastasis of the rectus abdominis muscle in the antenatal and postnatal periods: A systematic review.
2010) Large asymmetric hypertrophy of rectus abdominis muscle in professional tennis players.
The examiners adjusted the orientation of the transducer and positioned this on the participant's abdomen until the medial borders of both rectus abdominis muscles were clearly visualised (Mota et al 2012) (Figure 4, Figure 5).
Thus, this study investigated the morphological traits, hypertrophy levels and the metabolic and contractile adaptations of different fiber types in the rectus abdominis muscle of rats.
Thirty female dogs underwent abdominal surgery, which consisted of a lateral and transverse incision below the umbilical scar in order to ascertain the healing of the peritoneum and internal rectus abdominis muscle sheath by secondary intention based on the premise that healing of peritoneal defects depends on the proliferation of the underlying connective cells, whereas aponeurosis heals by ingrowth of cells from the cut edges.
Spontaneous haematoma of the rectus abdominis muscle.
In direct medial inguinal hernia, the hernial sac protrudes through the abdominal wall in the area of Hesselbach's triangle, a region bounded by the rectus abdominis muscle, inguinal ligament, and inferior epigastric vessels.
Hematoma of the rectus abdominis muscle as a fatal complication of anticoagulant therapy.
A channel between the rectus muscle and posterior sheath was created, so that a small tunnel is made in the direction to pubis between the rectus abdominis muscle and the peritoneum.
Surface EMG (Noraxon Telemyo 2400T V2, Scottsdale, AZ) was recorded from the upper (UES) and lower (LES) part of the erector spinae muscle, upper (URA) and lower (LRA) part of the rectus abdominis muscle, and from the splenius muscle (SPL) of a randomized side of the body.
The obliquis abdominis muscle and rectus abdominis muscle were sutured with prolene No.