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the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to force one's way into a place or situation

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Machhi et al (2003) [8] have put forward the explanation that the uneven growth of the liver parenchyma caused by the variable resistance by the different bundles of the diaphragmatic muscle may lead to the development of furrows and these may represent the weak zones of hepatic parenchyma, which are particularly susceptible to mechanical pressure of diaphragm.
Computed tomography confirmed that there was a cystic neoplasm in the right posterior of the liver with a size about 10 cm x 7 cm x 7 cm, which had clear bounder, closely related to the diaphragmatic muscle [Figure 1]a-c.
Chronic intrinsic transient tracheal occlusion elicits diaphragmatic muscle fiber remodeling in conscious rodents.
The study was conducted to evaluate the viability and healing process of a pedicled latissimus dorsi muscular flap for use as an implant for herniorrhaphy in canine diaphragmatic muscle.
For example, a study by Christopher O'Donnell and colleagues indirectly demonstrated improved function of the respiratory center in leptin-treated mice, and a study by Tankersley and colleagues demonstrated that changes in the composition of the diaphragmatic muscle fibers improved the distensibility of the diaphragm.
Diaphragmatic muscle dysfunction occurs frequently in patients with COPD, and this is an independent determinant of survival.
Autum was diagnosed with eventration of the diaphragm, in which all or part of the diaphragmatic muscle is replaced by fibroelastic tissue.
The operation revealed a high right diaphragm and normal diaphragmatic muscle.
The diaphragmatic muscle helps with breathing, and the whole diaphragm separates the abdominal organs from the ones in the chest.
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