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depressors

Extraocular muscles that move the eye downward, such as the inferior rectus and the superior oblique.
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One possible reason for this anomaly is the action of the omohyoid muscle, which is a laryngeal depressor muscle that originates at the scapula and inserts at the hyoid bone.
After an extensive epidemiologic investigation of an outbreak of gastric mucormycosis in an intensive care unit, Maravi-Poma et al reported that the cause had been traced to the use of wooden tongue depressors contaminated with R microsporus.
In those situations, I still may need a tongue depressor.
For children who cannot raise their hand or arm, lengthen the brush handle with a ruler, tongue depressor or long wooden spoon.
Our slender grasshoppers feature tongue depressor and toothpick legs that glue to the clothespin's sides.
Contract notice: acquisition of depressors, fungible accessories and registration papers for devices destined for primary health care centers sermas
The buffer rivets securing the depressors onto the oil buffer body were installed wrong.
They seldom spend more than a few days slumbering in this miniature lumber yard in my bedroom, because tongue depressors have become my first choice for a wide variety of home projects.
The small alligator and dogs shown below left use tongue depressors for legs and clothespin parts for other features.
Since this weakens the eyebrow depressors, the forehead muscles don't have to work as hard, and the forehead lines and brow placement improve without causing the upper eyelid to fall.
Contract notice: Supply of various articles for the patient~s environment and for sterilization (tongue depressors, sterilization bags, spittoons .
Check that the lock depressors are securely attached to the buffer body.