musculus adductor magnus

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Synonyms for musculus adductor magnus

the muscle that adducts and extends the thigh

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A previous study on 12 patients positive for anti-SRP antibodies showed that fatty infiltration was most severe in the hamstring and adductor magnus, while edema was most severe in the vastus lateralis, rectus femoris, biceps femoris, and adductor magnus.
Finally, a Syngo system (Siemens, Berlin and Munich, Germany) measured the NEP of the adductor magnus muscle as an example.
Botulinum toxin A was injected into the bilaterally adductor magnus (dose 100 U) and adductor longus (dose 50 U) muscles, with a total dose of 300 U at the sixth month after the OP intoxication.
The amplitudes of activation for adductor magnus muscle is 33, 35 and 34 respectively for all three cases in left leg and in the right leg are 23, 5 and 4.
These included the quadriceps, hamstrings, gluteus maximus, posterior adductor magnus, and erector spinae bilaterally, which were all activated by the implanted stimulator.
17,19,21,41) Among dancers, the only reported adductor strain injuries presented as adductor magnus strains occurring concurrently with hamstring strain injuries in 33% of cases.
The hip adductor muscles are generally considered to include the pectinius, adductor brevis, adductor longus, adductor magnus and the gracilis.
sup][23] In patients with DMD/BMD, progressive muscle hypertrophy and adductor magnus fat infiltrated are the best characterized signs of muscle MRI,[sup][11] unlike the obvious involvement of posterior group and gluteus in late-onset MADD.
We recorded EMG signals bilaterally from muscles approximately coincident with those targeted for stimulation in neuroprosthesis recipients: tibialis anterior, soleus, vasti, semimembranosus, gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, adductor magnus, and lower erector spinae.
The fascia from the obturator externus and adductor magnus muscles was removed without damaging the branches of the obturator nerve.
Adductor magnus exercises in standing, pulling into first position against a light resistance rubber band, were given to improve stabilization of the femoral head.
Case 1 allowed for all segments to be activated individually, whereas cases 2 to 5 required the various elements of several muscles to be activated equally: the latissimus dorsi, gluteus maximus, hamstrings, posterior portion of the adductor magnus, and abdominals.