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spi·na·lis (mus·cle)

[TA]
the medial component of the erector spinae muscle; it is composed of the spinalis capitis, spinalis cervicis, and spinalis thoracis muscles.
Synonym(s): musculus spinalis [TA], spinal muscle

spi·nal

(spī'năl),
1. Relating to any spine or spinous process.
2. Relating to the vertebral column.
[L. spinalis]

spinalis

(spī-nā′lĭs) [L.]
A muscle attached to the spinal process of a vertebra.
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ESTIMACION DE: "a" (LONGITUD DEL SEMIEJE MAYOR O ANCHO) Y "b" (LONGITUD DEL SEMIEJE MENOR O PROFUNDIDAD) Y PROFUNDIDAD EN CENTIMETROS DEL MUSCULO LONGISSIMUS THORACIS Y SPINALIS THORACIS (OLT).
Additionally, the appearance of the lumbar region starting from the end of the medulla spinalis that caused edema in nerve roots and contrast agent uptake--particularly in the dural sac--giving rise to a separation of nerves in cauda equina were interpreted as leptomeningeal involvement (Figure 2).
By thoracic, he meant the lung and heart; and by nervous system, he denoted the encephalon, medulla spinalis and nerves.
Amac: Osteoporoz medulla spinalis yaralanmasi (MSY) sonrasi gorulen komplikasyonlardan biridir ve onemli morbidite nedenlerindendir.
Answers: A) eye muscles; B) cardiac muscles; C) abdominal muscles; D) vocal cord muscles; E) spinalis muscle; F) biceps muscles; G) hamstring muscles; H) intestinal muscles; I) triceps muscles
While closely approximating the spinous processes, the very slender spinalis thoracis runs between the T11-L3 spinous processes to insert into a variable number of the upper thoracic spinous processes, usually between the level of T4 and T8 (Hollinshead 1969).
Hultling highlighted Spinalis, an outpatient rehabilitation and research unit affiliated with the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden.
On the opposite side of the torso, the erector spinae is a group of back muscles that vary in length: the longissimus, the spinalis and the iliocostalis.
These degenerated neurons containing increased polyglutamine levels have been most commonly found in the cerebellum, brain stem, and medulla spinalis (13).
Potansiyel nedenler arasinda beyin, medulla spinalis veya periferik sinirleri ilgilendiren noropatik anomaliler, myopatiler, bag dokusu hastaliklari, uterus hacminin daralmasi, maternal hastaliklar, intrauterin vaskuler yetersizlikler sayilabilir (1-3).
Lumbar MRI revealed mild scoliosis and minimal bulging in multiple disks without any compression to the medulla spinalis or neural roots.
Olgumuz kabakulak enfeksiyonu sonrasi hem periferik sinir sistemde GBS ile iliskili oldugu dusunulen akut demiyelinizasyon hem de medulla spinalis torakal bolgede LM ile uyumlu inflamatuvar yanit tespit edilmesi bakimindan dikkat cekici idi.