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medius

[′mē·dē·əs]
(anatomy)
The middle finger.
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It has been regarded as the posterior part of the scalenus medius muscle and often it is difficult to separate these two muscles from each other.
The patient was treated with Active Release Techniques[R] applied to the lateral hip complex including the TFL, gluteus medius and maximus, the entire ITB, and fascia latae.
The left gluteus medius muscle showed atrophic and hypertrophic parts.
the simplest explanation for the odd sequence of gatherings is that the Medius volume was originally intended to be part of a collection of 24 five-part madrigals with regular A, B, C, and D gatherings, the last three containing eight works each.
I obtained two egg masses of Demonax medius from the intertidal zone on the west side of San Juan Island in February and April 2002, and incubated them in FSW at 8-10[degrees]C in the laboratory.
With lateral hip pain, findings of weakness or pain while testing hip abduction may point to gluteus medius muscle dysfunction associated with greater trochanteric pain syndrome.
The firm has already boosted its mobile Internet and telecoms infrastructure businesses with the acquisition of two firms, Airserve and Medius Networks.
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The Adson's test assesses whether or not the neurovascular bundle is being compressed as it passes between the scalenus medius and anticus.