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adductors 

Extraocular muscles that move the eye inward, such as the medial rectus, the inferior rectus and the superior rectus. See extraocular muscles.
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However, the imaged positions of copper wires and the anatomical observations for some nerve branches were inconsistent, such as for the adductor brevis branch (Fig.
Twenty-three percent of patients underwent a concomitant adductor release.
Vecuronium neuromuscular blockade at the adductor muscles of the larynx and adductor pollicis.
Static: The hip adductors were passively stretched for 30 seconds in 4 sets separated by 30 second intervals.
There are several review articles examining groin and hip pain with associated adductor pathology.
Norberg and Tedengren (1995) suggested that sea stars may be limited by the size of prey; and thick shells, strong adductor muscles and shell closure tightness may deter them from consuming potential bivalve prey.
At any age, the injury may become irritated when people are carrying something and walking downstairs, when they have little control over the adductor muscles.
Its middle portion contains the vagal motor neurons, with the larger adductor neurons dorsally and the smaller abductor neurons (of the PCA muscle) ventrally.
A 3-year-old may have tight hip adductors, hip flexors and hamstring muscles, which in combination, overpower the muscles that would normally spread the hips apart, or extend the hip and the knee.
infrastructure referred to as "NPIN 17 - Restructuring the irrigation network in the town of Altavilla Silentina - Adductors primary"
Three muscle groups in the affected lower limb of each patient were assessed: hip adductors, knee extensors, and ankle plantar flexors.