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adductor

[ə′dək·tər]
(anatomy)
Any muscle that draws a part of the body toward the median axis.
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3) To our best notice, sacroiliitis and adductor muscle involvement has been reported in a few cases in PSReA.
Twenty-three percent of patients underwent a concomitant adductor release.
It wasn't known before Saturday's game how long Garnett's adductor muscle had bothered him, but he hadn't shot well this week.
1 kg) of frozen weathervane scallop adductor muscles was obtained from the F/V Provider in April 2009 (Kodiak 1) and ~6.
I have seen patients with malalignment problems of their symphysis pubis get good relief with muscle-energy techniques to their adductors.
This imbalance of forces can lead to injuries of the lower central abdominal muscles and the upper aponeurotic common insertion of the adductor muscles.
He had a minor adductor strain a few weeks before that.
tv: "The initial assessment was he had a mild adductor tear and the Spanish medial staff didn't consider it to be too serious at the time.
Liverpool have now looked at the injury themselves and head of sports science and medicine Peter Brukner said: "The initial assessment was he had a mild adductor tear and the Spanish medial staff didn't consider it to be too serious at the time.
Their concerns were eased when a scan conducted by the Spanish Football Federation revealed a small tear to an adductor muscle.
London, Jun 16 (ANI): Tottenham Hotspur defender Ledley King could be fit for England's final Group C match after scans revealed only a slight damage to his adductor muscle in his groin.
Team physio Tommy Simsek said Muralitharan had strained his right adductor muscle and would need up to three weeks to recover from the injury, the Sri Lankan cricket board said on Monday.