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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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It is not known whether the plasticity to ITTO observed in diaphragmatic muscle fibers can be similarly achieved in the parasternal intercostals.
Chronic intrinsic transient tracheal occlusion elicits diaphragmatic muscle fiber remodeling in conscious rodents.
Delayed rupture of a devitalized diaphragmatic muscle may occur several days after the initial injury.
In the formation of hepatodiaphragmatic interposition, hepatic factors including ptotic or small liver, abnormal falciform ligament or absence of the falciform ligament, diaphragmatic factors including degeneration of the diaphragmatic muscles, phrenic nerv palsy and increase in intrathoracal pressure as a result of tuberculosis or emphysema, colonic factors including abnormal extension of the colon, abnormal suspensory ligament or absence of the suspensory ligament, congenital malposition or malrotation of the colon are accused (8,9).
As one axon dies, the one next to it will take over for it," he said, describing a theory that has proved true in the extremities and may apply to motor neurons enervating diaphragmatic muscles as well.
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