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rectus

[′rek·təs]
(anatomy)
Having a straight course, as certain muscles.
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Conclusion: It was concluded that therapeutic exercise (modified Noble's diastasis recti correction exercise) is effective in the reduction of postpartum DR.
The muscles most often affected were the medial and lateral recti (Table 3).
With a tone that's both authoritative and personable, Bowman explains the issue with admirable clarity, particularly notable since there is no current consensus among researchers regarding what constitutes a diastasis recti.
In people with diastasis recti, or DR, the abdominal wall may bulge between two halves of the rectus abdominis muscle (see picture above right).
The medial and lateral recti of each eye contract reciprocally to move the eyes from side to side.
Please refer to "Diastasis Recti Check" on page 26.
Both lateral and radial rectus muscle were well demonstrated in axial scan; the percentage of both recti 75.
The six muscles consist of the four recti (medial, superior, inferior and lateral) and the two obliques (superior and inferior).
Inspite of disagreement regarding the best surgical approach, recession of both lateral recti muscles (BLR) and monocular recession-resection (R&R) procedures are commonly used.
Zone 1 is the midline defect over the recti on both sides of the midline.