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Definition of Muscles
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Scalene musclesScalene Sca*lene", a. [L. scalenus, Gr. ?: cf. F. scal[`e]ne.]
(a) Having the sides and angles unequal; -- said of a
(b) Having the axis inclined to the base, as a cone.
(a) Designating several triangular muscles called scalene
(b) Of or pertaining to the scalene muscles.
Scalene muscles (Anat.), a group of muscles, usually three
on each side in man, extending from the cervical
vertebr[ae] to the first and second ribs.
Meaning of Muscles from wikipedia
- Skeletal muscles
to as muscles
) are organs
of the vertebrate muscular system
of a skeleton...
- The gluteal muscles
, often called
glutes, are a group
of three muscles which
make up the gluteal region commonly known
as the buttocks: the gluteus
is a soft tissue, one of the animal tissues
up the three different types
. Muscle tissue gives skeletal muscles
- to: Muscle
(TV series), comedy
gym in New York City "Muscles
", an episode
of the animated
Aqua TV Show Show Muscles
- This is a table
of skeletal muscles
of the human
650 skeletal muscles within
the typical human
body. (Although none of the sources...
- Pectoral muscles
to as "pecs") are the muscles
of the human chest
with the bones
of the upper
arm and shoulder...
- extraocular muscles
, or extrinsic ocular muscles
, are the seven extrinsic muscles
of the human
eye. Six of the extraocular muscles
, the four recti muscles
- and anterior
(front) walls. The abdominal muscles
have different important
functions. They ****ist as muscles
in the breathing process
- the leg's muscles
are also adapted
to bipedalism, most substantially
the gluteal muscles
, the extensors
of the knee joint, and the calf muscles
. The major...
can be found
when the muscles
of the hand and forearm
grip an object; the joints
of the hand do not move, but muscles generate sufficient force
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