pectoralis


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T group, 45-min transport group; TR group, 45-min transport with 1-h rest; TWFR group, 45-min transport with 15-min water-misting sprays with forced ventilation and 45-min rest; GP, glycolytic potential; PM, pectoralis major.
The arms-down position allows more posterior tissue to be included in the coil while the arms-up position removes the pectoralis from the grid, making lesions close to the muscle more easily accessible.
First record of the encinal mouse, Peromyscus pectoralis, for Oklahoma, and additional records for north-central Texas.
17) They found that the risk of a pharyngocutaneous fistula was associated with the use of a pectoralis major myocutaneous flap to reconstruct the neopharynx, primary disease in the piriform sinus, and extensive soft-tissue infiltration.
Important muscles activated in breaststroke swimming seem to be the biceps brachii, triceps brachii, subscapularis, latissimus dorsi, pectoralis major, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, serratus anterior, and deltoid anterior, teres minor and trapezio) for the upper limbs (Conceicao et al.
The main function of the pectoralis major is to move your arm across your body.
sEMG signals were detected on seven muscles of the right shoulder after depilation and cleaning with alcohol wipes: anterior deltoid (AD), middle deltoid (MD), posterior deltoid (PD), pectoralis major (PM), upper trapezius (UT), biceps brachii (BB), and triceps brachii (TB).
There are muscles directly underneath the tissue, called the pectoralis, or pecs, but these muscles do not support the actual breast itself.
Associated distortion and tenting of the underlying pectoralis muscle were also noted (Figures 1 and 2).
For example, the pectoralis nipple line (PNL) is an imaginary line drawn from the nipple to the closer of the pectoralis muscle or the film edge and intersecting it at 90[degrees].
4) published a study in which 137 healthy and pain-free subjects were examined bilaterally for the presence of latent trigger points in trapezius, serratus anterior, levator scapulae, rhomboids and pectoralis minor.
9) believed that migration of the VP shunt in their patient was related to lifting heavy weights, compounded by adhesions between the pectoralis major muscle and capsular tissues along the shunt tunnel, which caused significant traction force on the VP shunt.
Pectoralis minor tenotomy and anterior scalenotomy with special reference to the hyperabduction syndrome and " effort thrombosis" of the subclavian vein.
The outgroup includes species from six genera of different tribes of Pentatominae (following Rider, 2012): Arocera acroleuca (Perty) [Catacanthini], Banasa induta Stal [Pentatomini], Euschistus heros (Fabricius) [Carpocorini], Piezodorus guildinii (Westwood) [Piezodorini], Rio pectoralis (Stal) [Menidini] and Thyanta perditor (Fabricius) [Unplaced].
When the patient Valsalva'd, the pectoralis [chest] muscle likely contracted and pushed the implant through the space between her ribs," he said.