interscapular


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interscapular

[¦in·tər′skap·yə·lər]
(anatomy)
Between the shoulders or shoulder blades.
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In their study, 55 patients with unilateral interscapular pain were evaluated.
In addition, there were no significant differences in weight gain, BW at PN22, or the weight of the gonadal, inguinal, retroperitoneal, white, or brown interscapular fat pads; nor were there significant differences in AGD, AGDi, LSI, body length, or heart, spleen, or liver weight and liver fat infiltration in female or male offspring (Table 2).
the interscapular brown fat depot is present and functional in adult rodents but only in human infants, it is essential for researchers in this field to investigate both systems.
Single and combined effects of acute and chronic non-thermal stressors on rat interscapular brown adipose tissue metabolic activity," Archives of Biological Science Belgrade, vol.
We restrained bats manually in a soft cloth bag, keeping the interscapular area exposed.
Catheters exited the interscapular region and passed through a lightweight flexible spring to a 360[degrees] rotary dispositive mounted above the cage.
Usually, these are seen on face and nose but may appear on forehead, chest, interscapular area and arms.
The interscapular brown adipose tissue (IBAT) was immediately and carefully dissected, weighed and stored at -80degC until assayed.
Expression pattern of thermogenesis-related factors in interscapular brown adipose tissue of alloxan-treated rats: Beneficial effect of larginine.
Chest pain radiation to interscapular region along with both sides of chest was present in 10(3.
Although it is usually found in the interscapular region, it has also been reported in sites where brown fat is less common.
They are rarely encountered in otolaryngologic clinical practice, as they are usually located in the interscapular area, axilla, thigh, mediastinum, and retroperitoneum.