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- midline. The word latissimus dorsi (plural: latissimi dorsi) comes from Latin and means "broadest [muscle] of the back", from "latissimus" (Latin: broadest)'...
- muscle (from Latin teres, meaning "rounded") is positioned above the latissimus dorsi muscle and ****ists in the extension and medial rotation of the humerus...
- of the axilla to the Latissimus dorsi, in which it may be traced as far as the lower border of the muscle. It supplies latissimus dorsi on its deep surface...
- P. L. Robinson in 1967 and the type and only species is Kuehneosuchus latissimus. It is known from the holotype BMNH R611, a set of ****ociated vertebrae...
- tends to result in the greatest activation of the latissimus dorsi, with no difference in latissimus dorsi activity between grip widths. The pulldown is...
- It travels inferiorly with the thoracodorsal nerve and supplies the latissimus dorsi. Anatomy figure: 05:04-21 at Human Anatomy Online, SUNY Downstate...
- Dytiscus latissimus is a species of beetle in family Dytiscidae. One of the largest representatives of the predaceous diving beetles of the genus Dytiscus...
- suggested more effect on the pectoralis major muscle as compared to the latissimus dorsi. A typical pullover involves resting the upper back on a flat bench...
- Sinustrombus latissimus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Strombidae, the true conchs. Sinustrombus latissimus (Linnaeus...
- This makes the deltoid an antagonist muscle of the pectoralis major and latissimus dorsi during arm adduction. The anterior fibers ****ist the pectoralis...
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