musculature


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musculature

1. the arrangement of muscles in an organ or part
2. the total muscular system of an organism
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Concomitantly, hip extensor (especially gluteal) and anterior abdominal wall musculature should be strengthened so that proper tilt posture afforded by loosened anterior tilt musculature and other soft tissues can be maintained.
acuta as a representative of the Physidae, this study provides a detailed description of the physid musculature and proposes that it plays the major role in shell-twisting.
This compilation of movements addresses much of the extrinsic and intrinsic shoulder musculature in a fashion that is easily learned and readily adaptable for male and female athletes across a wide range of age groups.
In using the Colpexin sphere pull test to objectively assess pelvic floor musculature strength and tone, a tensiometer is attached to the sphere and then the patient is asked to contract her pelvic floor muscles.
This is Gray's Anatomy in 3-D: skeletons, brains, joints, musculature, arterial networks, nervous systems, hearts, livers, lungs, pancreases, kidneys, spleens, stomachs, bladders and intestines, fully-formed and in horizontal slices.
For an hour and a half, he fielded questions on his exhibits, one of which is the corpse of a horseman, his skull chopped in two and his body flayed to show his musculature, holding his brain in one hand.
One can admire the glistening musculature of these academic weight-lifters.
The book is organized by anatomical systems--skeletal, circulatory, musculature, etc.
When treating patients with residual ankle symptoms after an inversion ankle sprain (IAS), rehabilitation efforts are typically geared toward addressing deficits at the ankle joint and surrounding musculature.
A SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE PROTOCOL TO RECONDITION THE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCULATURE.
Why anyone, male or female, should want to develop such grotesque musculature is puzzling.
In the same way, The Sculpture Machine divorces musculature from the social and cultural context of popular and professional medicine in the nineteenth century.