rhomboid


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rhomboid

1. a parallelogram having adjacent sides of unequal length
2. having such a shape

rhomboid

[′räm‚bȯid]
(mathematics)
A parallelogram whose adjacent sides are not equal.
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It then passes deep to the upper trapezius fibres as they curve/course laterally toward the acromion, lying anterior to the rhomboid major and minor but posterior to the serratus posterior superior muscle (SPS).
Caption: The rhomboid muscles help rotate and retract the shoulder blades.
2006) described several types of flaps that can be used in veterinary reconstructive surgeries, among which is the rhomboid cutaneous flap.
An alternative here is the company's product generator: Predefined shapes (round, rectangular, square, rhomboid, L) can be included at the press of a button.
1992) was performed mid ventral laprotomy followed by cystotomy and removed rhomboid shape cystolith.
Immunohistochemical (IHC) staining revealed periodic acid Schiff- (PAS-) positive and diastase-resistant crystalline structures with rhomboid and rod-like structure of some tumor cells (Figure 3), diffuse and strongly positive for CD 10 and TFE3 (Figure 4) but negative for AE1/AE 3, CAM5.
Flap procedures like rhomboid or limberg flap, V-Y plasty, myocutaneous flap, simple wide excision up to presacral fascia without closure of the wound is done.
It is a range of rhomboid shaped wall and floor tiles in a wide range of colours that can be used on walls and floors.
Muscles worked - Trapezius (Shoulders / Back), Rhomboid & Latissmus Dorsi (Back) and your Biceps (Upper Arm) Military Press -Standing straight have either the bar or dumbbells at shoulder level and push them up towards the ceiling taking care not to fully lock out your elbows.
These muscles are the left anterior deltoid muscle, the right rear deltoid muscle and the right rhomboid muscle (assuming you are right handed).
Techniques involving closure by Z-plasty, rhomboid or myocutaneous advancement flaps require long operative time and hospital stay and are fraught with complications like loss of the graft or flap [23].