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extensor

Anatomy any muscle that stretches or extends an arm, leg, or other bodily part
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The relationship between the weakness of the hip extensor group, which is the lower part of the spinal muscular kinetic chain, and low back pain in patients with chronic low back pain is emphasized in a number of studies (Ferguson et al.
The extensor pollicis longus (also called Extensor secundi internodii pollicis) takes a proximal attachment or origin from the lateral aspect of the middle third of posterior surface of the shaft of ulna (Beatty et al.
Bilateral tibialis anterior, extensor digitorum, extensor hallucis, and triceps muscle strength were Level 2 (ASIA C).
041) at the 50th percentile affecting the flexor pollicis longus and extensor digitorum communis, respectively.
The extensor process arises from the cranial proximal aspect of the carpometacarpus (4) and is extremely important for flight; it is the primary site for attachment of the tensor propatagialis muscle on the carpus, via the pars longus tendon.
Patients were selected because they had severe deformity at the MCP joints, based on their combined ulnar deviation and an extensor lag greater than or equal to 50 degrees on average for each finger.
0 cm from the radiocapitellar joint, at which point it provides branches to extensor digitorum communis (EDC), extensor digiti mimimi (EDM), and extensor carpi ulnaris (ECU).
So a Wan, Ptan surface ppe n eflectve length ot 3 meter, used as extensor ppe to the screen pjpe suitable tor wens with depths above 80 meter and upto 250 meter.
En la region de la pierna, el musculo tibial craneal (tibialis cranialis) se origino en la cara lateral y cresta de la tibia, su cuerpo carnoso en distal de la tibia estuvo sujeto por una fuerte vaina tendinosa fibrosa, comun al musculo extensor digital largo y extensor digital I largo, cruzo el tarso y se continuo por un tendon, al que se unio el musculo peroneo tercero y se inserto en medial de la extremidad proximal del metatarso II.

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