digastricus

di·gas·tri·cus

(dī-gas'tri-kŭs),
1. Synonym(s): digastric
2. Denoting the musculus digastricus.
[L.]

digastricus

adjective Biventral.
 
noun Digastric muscle; musculus digastricus [NA].
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digastricus), para terminar ramificandose en la pared lateral de la faringe (FIGS.
Masticatory muscle myositis is an autoimmune canine myopathy causing focal inflammation of muscles of mastication including the temporalis, masseter, pterygoid and rostral digastricus, all of which are innervated by mandibular branch of trigeminal nerve (Bolfa et al., 2011; Melmed et al., 2004; Reiter and Schwarz, 2007).
(2) A number of muscles can be involved with movement of the TMJ, however it has been suggested that the most important are the digastricus, masseter, and lateral pterygoid.
Furthermore, the masseter muscles can become hypertonic due to the increased gravitational challenge, whereas the antagonistic digastricus muscles are often found to be inhibited in people with this posture.
digastricus, el cual deprime ventralmente la mandibula (Biknevicius y Van Valkenburgh, 1996; Anton et al., 2004).
digastricus maxillae inferioris und abwarts von diesem zum Os hyoids.