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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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Distribution of agenesis of palmaris longus muscle in 12 to 18 years old age groups.
The clinical surface anatomy anomalies of the palmaris longus muscle in the Black African population of Zimbabwe and a proposed new testing technique.
An unusual insertion of the palmaris longus muscle.
Three-headed reversed palmaris longus muscle and its clinical significance.
2001 stated that the Palmaris longus muscle is often used in reconstructive surgery because it is considered an accessory muscle and has little functional use to human upper limb.
The Palmaris longus muscle is completely developed at birth while fascia lata, also used in reconstructive surgery, is not so well developed at that age (4).
Palmaris longus muscle is one of the superficial slender muscles of the forearm that act on the skin and distal digital webs.
These factors include the presence of secondary impairments, the strength of the long flexors and/or the donor tendon, hypermobile joints of digits, the presence or absence of palmaris longus muscles, short or long fingers, heavy or light work, and dominant or non-dominant hand.