deltoid muscle


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Synonyms for deltoid muscle

a large triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint and serving to abduct and flex and extend and rotate the arm

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The posterior-superior offset design resulted in less lengthening of the deltoid muscle at rest.
13,15,16) Rather, the rig allowed for the testing of specimens where only the deltoid muscle was represented.
He checks for integrity of the axillary nerve, making sure sensation is preserved over the middle leaf of the deltoid muscle.
Zhao X, Hung LK, Zhang GM, Lao J: Applied anatomy of the axillary nerve for selective neurotization of the deltoid muscle.
Posterior deltoid muscle thickness was measured from the vertical distance between the upper and lower limits of the muscle at the glenoid labrum line in axial imaging (Figure 3).
In other words, the deltoid muscle never activates, keeping your shoulder level with your upper arm.
Parts of the starting point of deltoid muscle and the ending point of pectoralis major muscle were excised, and the brachial artery, median nerve, musculocutaneous nerve, axillary nerve, and radial nerve were remained.
The deltoid muscle was mobilised from the distal third of clavicle, acromion, and the lateral third of the spine of the scapula.
Remune has been administered safely to over 4,000 patients in over 20,000 injections with no adverse events & over 25 separate clinical trials, has an excellent safety profile, is well tolerated and is easy to administer via intramuscular injection in the left deltoid muscle.
At one month follow-up, an ultrasound showed a localized abscess within the deltoid muscle of the left arm, measuring 2.
2) Aripiprazole lauroxil can be administered either in the deltoid muscle (441 mg only) or gluteal muscle (441 mg, 662 mg, or 882 mg).
The deltoid muscle receives innervation from both the anterior and posterior branches, to varying extents.
The needle probably entered the top third of the deltoid muscle - which forms the rounded contours of the shoulder - and probably went into the bursa or the rotator cuff, instead of lower down, into the middle part of the muscle, missing the bursa and rotator cuff entirely.
Quadracel contains no preservatives and is administered as an intramuscular injection, preferably into the deltoid muscle of the upper arm.