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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.
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.
Results of reinnervation of the biceps and brachialis muscles with a double fascicular transfer for elbow flexion.
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.
The biceps muscle is released from neoplasm and the underlying brachialis muscle.
Previously, tenodesis of the torn biceps tendon to the brachialis muscle belly in a non-anatomic manner was advocated.
Musculocutaneous nerve arise in axilla from lateral cord of brachial plexus and passes downward & laterally, pierces the coracobrachialis muscle, then run downward between the biceps and the brachialis muscle, and further continues as the lateral cutaneous nerve of the forearm.
The physical examination and radiographs can be equivocal due to the strength of the uninjured brachialis muscle and the stabilizing power of the lacertus fibrosis.
A second incision was made over the distal part of the plate, over the lateral border of biceps muscle, which was retracted medially to expose the brachialis muscle.
The lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve runs superficially between the biceps and brachialis muscle (Fig.
7) As quoted by Jones and Abraham (7) that Dykes and Anson 1944 and Mangini 1960 have describe the other minor attachments: brachialis muscle, oblique cord or pronator teres muscle (PT), intramuscular flexor fascia.
6 mm in the nondistended joint and is protected by the brachialis muscle.