Definition of Lumbric. Meaning of Lumbric. Synonyms of Lumbric

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Definition of Lumbric

Lumbric
Lumbric Lum"bric, n. [L. lumbricus.] (Zo["o]l.) An earthworm, or a worm resembling an earthworm.

Meaning of Lumbric from wikipedia

- The lumbricals are intrinsic muscles of the hand that flex the metacarpophalangeal joints and extend the interphalangeal joints. The lumbrical muscles...
- Lumbrical may refer to: Lumbricals of the hand Lumbricals of the foot...
- The lumbricals are four small skeletal muscles, accessory to the tendons of the flexor digitorum longus and numbered from the medial side of the foot;...
- the flexor digitorum brevis, the flexor hallucis brevis and the first lumbrical. Cutaneous distribution of the medial plantar nerve supplies the medial...
- and three volarly) originating between the metacarpal bones; and the lumbrical muscles arising from the deep flexor (and which are special because they...
- brevis, inserts into the tendon of flexor digitorum longus on which the lumbricals originate. In the third layer, the oblique head of adductor hallucis joins...
- hand that develops due to ulnar nerve damage causing paralysis of the lumbricals. A claw hand presents with a hyperextension at the metacarpophalangeal...
- and three volarly) originating between the metacarpal bones; and the lumbrical muscles arising from the deep flexor (and are special because they have...
- For this reason profundus is also called the perforating muscle. The lumbricals of the hand arise from the radial side of its tendons. Flexor digitorum...
- finger). The digital branch to the index finger also supplies the first lumbrical. The common palmar digital branch divides further into two branches. Both...
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