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medius

[′mē·dē·əs]
(anatomy)
The middle finger.
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With Medius, the call center doesn't need to elevate these calls to the service department and can support the customer directly," Berglin explains.
The strong stimulated response of the right gluteus medius also elicited notable accelerations in the backward direction that could not be sufficiently balanced by stimulation of the remaining targeted muscles.
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.
Univariate analysis for males indicated that low BMI, increased Q-angle, and poor gluteus medius strength were individually predictive of poor landing technique (higher LESS score).
The gluteus medius and gluteus minimus are two smaller muscles that lie on the side of your hip.
Needle electrodes are placed at the external anal sphincter, the gluteus medius and maximus, the adductor longus, the tibialis, and the gastrocnemius muscles.
The dorsal scapular nerve (DSN) is a motor nerve that arises mainly from the C5 spinal nerve root and travels within the scalenus medius muscle.
The Medius Institute for Gay Men's Health in New York City, which has been studying gays and depression, recently called for mental health exams to become part of regular checkups and recommended educational programs to teach gay men about the symptoms of mental illness.
Electromyography (EMG) of the left gluteus medius and minimus muscles showed no spontaneous activity.
The plexus is found at the level of the first four cervical vertebrae deep to the sternocleidomastoid, in the layer superficial to the scalenus medius and levator scapulae (5).
In most cases, Byrd noted the line which was "the first singing part," always either the superius or the medius.