pyramidalis

py·ram·i·da·lis (mus·cle)

[TA]
muscle of inferior abdomen; origin, crest of pubis; insertion, lower portion of linea alba; action, makes linea alba tense; nerve supply, subcostal.

pyramidalis

[piram′idā′lis]
one of a pair of anterolateral muscles of the abdomen, contained in the lower end of the sheath of the rectus abdominis, which arises from the crest of the pubis and is inserted into the linea alba upward about halfway to the navel. It is innervated by a branch of the twelfth thoracic nerve and functions to tense the linea alba. Compare rectus abdominis, transversus abdominis.

pyramidalis

(pĭ-răm″ĭ-dăl′ĭs) [L.]
The muscle that arises from the crest of the pubis and is inserted into the linea alba upward about halfway to the navel.

pyramidalis auriculae

A small muscle inserted into the auricle of the ear. It is often absent.
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A statement on the club's website read: "After tests carried out on Gareth Bale by the Real Madrid Sanitas medical services he has been diagnosed with a muscular injury in the right pyramidalis muscle.
Throughout the garden, king, queen, and pygmy date palms tower above cycads, plumerias, variegated schefflera, yellow gingers, red ti plants, and bromeliads that include the showy Billbergia pyramidalis (top left).
Panicum maximum, Sporobolus pyramidalis and Vertiveria fulvibarbis constitute the dominant grass species in the grazing area while, thickets (mainly browse species) with Griffonia simplicifolia, Baphia nitida and Milletia thoningii were present [6].
6 Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis is a tall, pencil-shaped Italian cypress.
The rectus abdominis and pyramidalis muscles are typically excised from their attachments on the pubic symphysis for two of centimeters on either side and upon completion of the resection are reattached with absorbable sutures.
Use the upright columnar juniperus chinensis Pyramidalis with its prickly glaucous leaves in combination with the purple-leaved smoke bush cotinus coggygria Royal Purple.
Moths and butterflies are the main pollinator of the deceptive Anacamptis pyramidalis and their relative representation has been found to vary between local orchid populations: butterflies are the main pollen vector in forested areas while burner moths dominate more open areas.
You are better off going for a hermaphrodite, especially if you have limited space, such as aquifolium pyramidalis and JC van Tol if you want to guarantee Christmas berries.
The aponeurosis is then separated from the underlying pyramidalis and rectus abdominis (Kisielinski et al 2004); this incision is surgically repaired following foetal delivery.
To create the formal Italian look instantly in a small garden, plant a perfectly matched pair of Italian cypress, Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis, at the gateway of a parterre or interlocking series of low hedges made from clipped box and in-filled with coloured gravel.
Mosquito larvae in axils of the imported bromeliad Billbergia pyramidalis in southern Florida.
On a mission to source a number of pencil pines, he stumbled upon two Cedrus Atlantica Glauca Pyramidalis, which can grow to 70 ft high and are thought to be the only ones imported into the UK.