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radial

 [ra´de-al]
1. radiating; spreading outward from a common center.
2. pertaining to a radius.
3. pertaining to the radial (lateral) aspect of the arm as opposed to the ulnar (medial) aspect.
radial artery an artery in the forearm, wrist, and hand; the one usually used for taking the pulse.

ra·di·al

(rā'dē-ăl),
1. Relating to the radius (bone of the forearm), to any structures named from it, or to the radial or lateral aspect of the upper limb compared with the ulnar or medial aspect. Synonym(s): radialis [TA]
2. Relating to any radius.
3. Radiating; diverging in all directions from any given center.
[L. radialis, fr. radius, ray, lateral bone of the forearm]

radialis

/ra·di·a·lis/ (ra″de-a´lis) [L.] radial.

radialis

See radial.

radialis

[L.] radial.
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From top to bottom EMGs of extensor carpi radialis, palmaris longus, pronator quadratus and flexor digitorum superficialis muscles are plotted respectively.
The reins of Radialis are being handed over to 28-year-old Sasha Bubon, a PhD graduate in chemistry and materials science from Ukraine.
sup][1] About one-third of the SPA is formed by ulnar artery alone; the second-third by the superficial palmar branch of radial artery and the remaining third by arteria radialis indicis, a branch of either arteria princeps pollicis or the median artery.
The superficial interval between the extensor carpi radialis brevis and the extensor digitorum communis was incised and the supinator muscle belly was exposed (Figs.
al discussed about with how the handle affect on muscle oxygenation and blood volume in the extensor carpi radialis and the flexor digitorum super ficialis during rhythmic isometric gripping tasks.
Anatomical difficulties of catheterization via arteria radialis [In Czech].
The extensor carpi radialis longus (ECRL), extensor pollicis longus (EPL), and flexor carpi radialis (FCR) were resected with the tumor.
Absence of flexor carpi radialis (FCR) in a clinical setting is rare, having identified only one other case in the English literature [1].
4,14) On its course from the cubital fossa to the medial side of the forearm midway between the elbow and wrist, the SUA descended superficial to the pronator teres, flexor digitor um superficialis and flexor carpi radialis muscles (Figure 1A).
Two net movements involving the flexor carpi radialis muscle are chosen, corresponding to flexion (F) and abduction (P), in a combination of four movements, as shown in Table 1
A marked reduction of activity in extensor carpi radialis brevis (44%) and biceps brachii (23%) was observed while the patient performed a gripping task with the scapula position actively corrected, compared to no correction.