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medius

[′mē·dē·əs]
(anatomy)
The middle finger.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Changes in fibre type composition of Gluteus Medius and Semitendinosus muscles of Dutch Warmblood foals and the effect of exercise during the first year postartum.
Salvatto loves the versatility of this exercise, which engages the abs as well as the gluteus medius and hamstrings to take pressure off the psoas.
A CT scan of this patient showed that the fractured femoral head was located in the gluteus medius, similar to a buttonhole.
The amplitudes for Gluteus Medius [Glu medius] muscle are 35, 36 and 34 for the left leg and activation in right leg is 26, 6 and 5 for all three cases.
Strengthening the gluteus medius and minimus has been proven to support biomechanical stability in physical activity [11].
Roger Davies is a consultant working with Medius Associates who has spent the last 25 years in business development and licensing and has personally completed over 100 deals during that time.
The Gluteus Medius electrodes were applied 2.5 cm posterior to the midpoint of the line bisecting the ASIS and greater trochanter.
EMG signals from eight points of the core muscles (rectus abdominis high and low parts, external oblique, latissimus dorsi, gluteus medius, gluteus maximus, longissimus, and multifidus) were recorded using the EMG equipment (Noraxon Inc.