cervicis

cer·vi·cis

(sĕr-vī'sis)
Genitive of cervix.
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The cervical segment is supported by the longus colli muscle anteriorly and the semispinalis cervicis and cervical multifidus muscles posteriorly.
Muscle group Electrode placements Action Reference associated electrode with muscles Splenius Over the muscle belly RPO, RLF, C7 spinous capitis (SC) at C2/3 level between RAO, LPO, process the uppermost parts of LLF, LAO trapezius and sternocleidomastoid Sternocleidomastoid Over the muscle belly, RLF, RAO, Acromion (SCM) about 1/3 of the LLF, LAO, length rostral to the F sternal attachment Cervical paraspinal 2 cm from the midline E, RPO, T1 spinous group (CPG); at C4 level LPO, process trapezius, capitis and cervicis groups) Table 3.
Sobre el pueblo endurecido, ver Exodo, 32, 9: <<Rursumque ait Dominus adMoysen: Cerno quod populus iste durae cervicis sit>>.
Because God had brought victory to Isabel over Islam, Isabel would appear ungrateful to God if she continued to allow a foreign (barbari), seditious (rebelles), and most obdurate people (durissimae cervicis homines), enemies of God and Christ, to dwell in her Catholic kingdom.
263v): "[P]ergravi ferens animo Dei et Christi hostes, barbaros Iudaeos, rebelles et durissimae cervicis homines, se et vivente et mortua in terris suis amplius commorari.
MUSCLE PRONUNCIATION brachii (biceps, triceps) bra'-ke-e (preferred) bra'-ke-i (accepted) cervicis (longissimus) ser'-ve-ses coccygeus kak-sij'-e-es digiti minimi abductor) dij-et-e min'-e-me dorsi (latissimus) dor'-si interosseus dorsales in-ter-as'-e-es dor-sal'-es (preferred) sal', sal (accepted) genus (articularis) je'-nes (preferred) jen'-es (accepted) gracilis gras'-e-les hallucis (flexor .
Further superiorly the remaining muscles to be considered are rhomboid minor and major, serratus posterior superior and splenius cervicis (Clemente 1987, Moore & Dalley 2006, Rosse & Gaddum-Rosse 1997, Standring 2005).
More intimately associated with the paravertebral gutter are the short and long rotatores, overlaid by multifidus, semispinalis cervicis and semispinalis thoracis (Hollinshead 1969).
2) Suetonius' physical descriptions of the Caesars elsewhere occasionally comment separately on the categories of body and neck: thus Gaius Caligula is described as |corpore enormi, gracilitate maxima cervicis et crurum' (Cal.
En la region cervical posterior (C3-C7), los procesos espinosos proveen el area de insercion de los musculos profundos del cuello tales como semispinalis cervicis y multifidus cervicis, que permiten los movimientos laterales y de extension de esta region (Evans, 1993; Flores y Diaz, 2009).