biarticular

diarthric

 [di-ahr´thrik]
pertaining to or affecting two different joints; called also biarticular and diarticular.

di·ar·thric

(dī-ar'thrik),
Relating to two joints.
Synonym(s): biarticular, diarticular
[G. di-, two, + arthron, joint]

biarticular

di·ar·thric

(dī-ahr'thrik)
Relating to two joints.
Synonym(s): biarticular, diarticular.
[G. di-, two, + arthron, joint]

biarticular (bīˑ·är·tikˑ·y·ler),

adj pertaining to a muscle, which crosses two joints acting on both.

biarticular

affecting two joints.
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Independent crank cycling with increasing load causes a more constant contraction of the biarticular muscles, rectus femoris and biceps femoris, compared to normal crank cycling.
At the beginning a pathological process takes place at the level of articular cartilage and the further development of degenerative changes induces reactive changes on articulated bone ends, which are usually mono or biarticular, having larger significance if they occur in lower extremities.
Function of a large biarticular hip and knee extensor during walking and running in guinea fowl (Numida meleagris).
Second Biarticular Hip Prosthesis (Only Part Of The Acetabular Heads).
The muscles most commonly injured in sport are the hamstrings, rectus femoris and medial head of the gastrocnemius, all primarily biarticular muscles with high proportion of fast-twitch fibers and complex architecture (2).
This joint is a biarticular structure composed of he tibiofemoral and femoropatellar articulation.
1995) have reported 10-73 percent atrophy in the muscles of the residual limb of individuals with TFA, the atrophy being greater in cleaved muscles, biarticular muscles, and weakly anchored muscles [24].
Measurement and simulation of joint motion induced via biarticular muscles during human walking.
Finally laterality will be significantly greater in the biarticular muscles of the triceps surae, compared to the monoarticular muscles.
However, other authors demonstrated that big muscles, mainly the biarticular muscles, do not have this relationship, because the linearity between muscular tension and EMG signal would occur only within smaller muscles such as the face and the hands.
Por su parte el musculo biarticular, el recto anterior es "flexor del muslo sobre la pelvis" (flexor de la cadera) y tambien es "extensor de la pierna sobre el muslo" (extensor de rodilla).