musculotendinous


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musculotendinous

 [mus″ku-lo-ten´dĭ-nus]
pertaining to muscle and tendon.

mus·cu·lo·ten·di·nous

(mŭs'kyū-lō-ten'di-nŭs),
Relating to both muscular and tendinous tissues.

musculotendinous

/mus·cu·lo·ten·di·nous/ (-ten´dĭ-nus) pertaining to or composed of muscle and tendon.

musculotendinous

adjective Referring to the muscles and tendons.

mus·cu·lo·ten·di·nous

(mŭs'kyū-lō-ten'di-nŭs)
Relating to both muscular and tendinous tissues.

musculotendinous

relating to a muscle and its tendons

musculotendinous

pertaining to muscle and tendon.
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Failure was more common at the musculotendinous junction in the control group (Fig.
There is preliminary evidence, however, that static stretching may reduce musculotendinous injuries.
The musculotendinous system of an anguilliform swimmer: muscles, myosepta, dermis, and their interconnections in Anguilla rostrata.
This type of injury usually occurs at the musculotendinous junction--where the muscle starts to become tendon.
Comparison of hamstring neuromechanical properties between healthy males and females and the influence of musculotendinous stiffness.
The initial treatment protocol was a multi-modal approach, designed to treat what originally was misdiagnosed as a musculotendinous injury.
Orthopedic surgery for Musculotendinous lengthening, Tendon transfers and contracture release, Neurectomyand Joint fusion surgery.
Factors as the predominance of muscular fiber type, fibers disposition, tendon structure and muscular function may influence in a different reaction of the musculotendinous unit for stretching.
It likely provides lubrication and absorbs shear stresses, which results in nearly frictionless musculotendinous movement.
During such physical activities, avulsion fracture of the pelvic bone can occur due to an abrupt and strong traction to the pelvic spine by the musculotendinous junction of the muscles.
below the upper border of the tibia and not lower than the musculotendinous junction of the calf muscle [7]); for a BKA, between the distal one third and proximal one third of the leg (10-12 in.