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Massive adductor muscle contraction in transurethral surgery: cause and prevention; development of new electrical circuitry.
It has been found that differences in the hinge plate is affected by dentition, while muscle scar is associated with the adductor muscles attaching to it, and the pallial line is attributed to attachment of the mantle into the bivalve shell.
The adductor muscle group consists of six different muscles: pectineus, gracilis, obturator externus, adductor brevis, adductor longus, and adductor magnus.
Some classify groin pain as adductor tendinopathy when isometric adduction is painful, pain caused by isometric contraction of hip muscles is not necessarily caused by an injury of adductor muscles or tendons.
The adductor muscles originate on large areas of the posterodorsal, posteroventral, and lateral interior walls of the head (20), (21), (22).
In New York and Massachusetts in the United States and in Atlantic Canada, development groups have attempted to produce the northern bay scallop commercially by growing their larvae in hatcheries and then rearing the juveniles to full market size in suspended nets and cages; only the adductor muscle of the scallop would be sold.
We present a case of rhabdomyolysis of the bilateral adductor muscles.
To help dancers prevent reinjury, American Ballet Theatre physical therapist Peter Marshall uses a progressive strengthening program to build up the hip adductor muscles that protect the groin.
Strong and supple hip flexor muscles and adductor muscles are especially helpful for a smooth gait.
Douglas received the results of an ultrasound scan which confirmed that the damage sustained during Scotland's 2-0 defeat was minimal as there was just a slight strain to one of his right adductor muscles.
Frenchman Raquil, who won a bronze medal in last year's World Championships, injured his adductor muscles last Wednesday ( another blow to an athlete whose build-up to the Games was already marred by an ankle injury.
One explanation is due to the shear forces from contractions of the abdominal muscles and the hip adductor muscles (inner side of the thigh).
The hip adductor muscles are generally considered to include the pectinius, adductor brevis, adductor longus, adductor magnus and the gracilis.
Following the Sydney Olympics, where he was injured, Surin did not train properly for almost four months and then in June he re-injured his adductor muscles.