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teres

 [te´rēz] (L.)
long and round.

te·res

, gen.

ter·e·tis

, pl.

ter·e·tes

(tē'rēz, ter'ĕ-tis, ter'ĕ-tēz),
Round and long; denoting certain muscles and ligaments. See: teres minor (muscle), teres major (muscle), round ligament of uterus, round ligament of liver, pronator teres (muscle).
[L. round, smooth, fr. tero, to rub]

teres

/te·res/ (te´rēz) [L.] long and round.

teres

[tir′ēz, ter′ēz] pl. teretes
Etymology: L, rounded
a long cylindric muscle such as the teres minor or the teres major. teres, adj.

te·res

, pl. teretes (tĕr'ēz, -ĕ-tēz)
Round and long; denoting certain muscles and ligaments.
[L. round, smooth, fr. tero, to rub]

teres

[L.] long and round.

teres ligament
a round ligament; those of the bladder and liver are vestiges of umbilical vessels; that of the uterus is a rounded band from the broad ligament containing some smooth muscle.
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El musculo flexor carpo radial (flexor carpi radialis), fusiforme, se origino en el epicondilo medial del humero, en caudal del pronador teres, y se inserto en el extremo proximal del metacarpo II.
The branches of median nerve to pronator teres can be considered for neurotization of the radial nerve in the cubital fossa.
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The ligamentum teres, previously described as an unimportant remnant, has recently been found to be an increasingly common abnormal finding at arthroscopy accounting for intractable hip pain in many athletes.
It can also be done through the posterior approach by releasing the muscle on the anterior surface of the scapula (5, 11-13) and releasing the teres major and the pectoral major.
I liked working with the teres major--I had never heard of that cut before, but now I've started using it.
The highest amount of muscle activity was observed in the pronator teres (X=28.
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The humerus of Eosphargis breineri (figure 2-7) show a very high development of the crista-like structures of the insertion of musculus teres major which forms a unit crista and the crista deltopectoralis, but neither are not fused together.
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