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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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The lateral quarter of the Brachialis muscle is then split longitudinally to expose the anterior cortex of the distal humerus.
Second, during the operation, repeated C-arm X-ray monitoring was needed to monitor the position of the fracture and the placement of the plate and screw, and increases radiation hazard for medical staff and the patients.[sup][27] Furthermore, the distal incision exposes the brachialis muscle and lateral traction to protect the radial nerve, which is a potential risk of iatrogenic radial nerve injury.
(3) As a follow-up to Weider's case, Gard and Ebaugh (2010) performed acetic acid iontophoresis (2% solution) as a primary method of treatment in a case of a 19 year-old college, club hockey player with MO in his brachialis muscle, diagnosed through clinical examination conducted by an orthopedic surgeon.
In the upper extremity, shorter fascicle lengths have been reported for the brachialis muscle on the affected side using ultrasound [8].
Have described a variant muscle on the left side arising from the medial border of the brachialis muscle and after bridging the median nerve, the brachial artery and vein; it was fused with the medial intermuscular septum.
The first part of the typical stress-strain curve of brachialis muscle is similar as other muscle as initial elasticity is shown up to 20% of stain.
Surgical treatment described by Bassett consisted of release of the LACN at the elbow between the bicipital tendon and brachialis muscle, and wedge resection of the bicipital tendon (1).
Researchers found that when the brachialis muscle was re-innervated the patient achieved better elbow flexion than biceps reinnervation alone.
For example, as compared to biceps brachii, the brachialis muscle has a larger cross sectional area and is the prime elbow flexor.
And he is now designing a specific weights programme with Richards' coach Paul Wilson so that the Teessider can build up the brachialis muscle around the injury, which could end his career if he gets it re-attached.
Important structures attach onto the coronoid process, such as the tendon of brachialis muscle, the anteriro joint capsule, and the anterior band of the media collateral ligament (AMCL).
The biceps muscle is released from neoplasm and the underlying brachialis muscle. If the biceps or brachialis displays any neoplastic involvement, a portion may require removal.
The annular ligament that surrounds the radial head is fixed to the two coronoid processes, and at a short distance from the medial coronoid process to distal is a tuberosity for the insertion of the brachialis muscle (Fig.