intermuscular


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intermuscular

[¦in·tər′məs·kyə·lər]
(anatomy)
Between muscles.
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On the other hand, lambs that had been on 25 (Percent) feed restriction level and moved thereafter to ad libitum feeding had variable compensation responses; the deposition rates for subcutaneous and intermuscular fats and bone in the 25 (Percent) restriction group were fast and equaled (P Greater than 0.05) those rates in the control group, while the rates for tail fat and lean were slower (P (Less than) 0.05) than those rates in the control group.
The authors surmise that this case was probably better classified as an intermuscular lipoma for which the histologic image would be consistent.
Tambem denominado de coordenacao neuromuscular, divide-se em dois tipos de coordenacao motora: coordenacao intramuscular e coordenacao intermuscular.
Macroscopic findings included moderate intermuscular, fascicular, perineural edema, severe diffuse pulmonary edema, mild hydropericardium, and rectal prolapse resulting in marked submucosal edema and mucosal hyperamia, i.e., traumatic proctitis.
Instead, "the previously documented association between breast size and type 2 diabetes risk may be explained by excess visceral adipose tissue and/or intermuscular adipose tissue," Peter Janiszewski, a Ph.D.
He's a Belgian orthopedic surgeon and hip specialist who six years ago pioneered a new form of hip replacement surgery: the anterior-supine intermuscular technique (ASI).
Instead, "the previously documented association between breast size and type 2 diabetes risk may be explained by excess visceral adipose tissue and/or intermuscular adipose tissue," Peter Janiszewski, a PhD candidate at Queen's University in Kingston, Ont., said in a poster presented at the annual meeting of the Obesity Society.
En estas condiciones, las canales tienen un elevado porcentaje de hueso y escasa proporcion de grasa subcutanea e intermuscular [12, 40, 48], lo que supone una disminucion de su calidad [7, 44].
The extensor digitorum muscle (EDM) originates from the lateral condyle of the humerus via the common extensor tendon, the adjacent intermuscular septa and the antebrachail fascia (1,2).