teres major

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Synonyms for teres major

teres muscle that moves the arm and rotates it medially

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Near-complete teres major tendon tear was also identified, with fluid tracking along the medial humerus and extending posteriorly deep to the posterior deltoid muscle.
The patient had no spontaneous pain (VAS = 0) but had mild pain with 4/10 on the VAS during isometric contraction of the teres major versus resistance.
Depressors- Latissimus dorsi, Teres major and minor, and Pectoralis major (pectoral head).
Combined latissimus dorsi and teres major tendon transfers for external rotation deficiency in reverse shoulder arthroplasty.
Thus, the PHCA could not pass through its usual topographical site - the quadrangular space (foramen humerotricipitale)- but after leaving the trunk, it coursed underneath the fused tendons of the proximal teres major and distal latisssimus dorsi.
Authors have proposed that the posterior shoulder fracture-dislocation pattern of injury is produced by forceful, sustained, posterior-directed tetany of the deltoid, latismus dorsi, teres major, teres minor, and infraspinatus muscles [25-27].
Brachial arteries were traced proximally to the continuity with axillary artery at the level of lower border of teres major to its termination and further course of bifurcated arteries in forearm to observe any variation.
I met my biceps, located my deltoids and am now familiar with teres major and minor.
Contracture in adduction and internal rotation could appear early due to the lack of opposition to the muscle forces generated by the subscapularis, pectoralis major, teres major and latissimus dorsi.
With that came an education on the utilization of the flank, flat iron, teres major and center cut sirloin (baseball cut) steaks.
First, selective blockade of the suprascapular and axillary nerves will leave several nerves unblocked: upper subscapular (teres major), lower subscapular, thoracodorsal (latissimus dorsi) and lateral and medial pectoral.
The four cuts are: Pectoralis profundi: Similar in dimension and tenderness to a chicken breast, this cut is already being marketed by some packers as "pork breast." Teres major: A single portion cut that can be used for upscale dishes because of its high tenderness; it is equivalent to a small tenderloin and could be used for medallions.
* Teres major -- adducts, extends, and medially rotates the arm.