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externus

 [ek-ster´nus]
external; in anatomy, denoting a structure farther from the center of an organ or cavity.

ex·ter·nal

(eks-ter'năl), [TA] Do not confuse this word with lateral or outer.
On the outside or farther from the center; often incorrectly used to mean lateral.
Synonym(s): externus [TA]
[L. externus]
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In this view, the target interfascial plane is seen deep in relation to the pectineus muscle separating it from the obturator externus muscle (Figure 3(b)).
MRI revealed high grade right obturator internus and obturator externus muscle strain involving the attachments to the obturator ring and ischium (Figure 2).
Amert: adductor mandibulae externus rostralis temporalis; Amerl: adductor mandibulae externus rostralis lateralis; Amerm: adductor mandibulae externus rostralis medialis; Amecl: adductor mandibulae externus caudalis lateralis; Amecm: adductor mandibulae externus caudalis medialis; Amev: adductor mandibulae externus ventralis; Psds: pseudotemporalis superficialis; Psdp: pseudotemporalis profundus; DM: depressor mandibulae; Pt VLat: pterygoideus ventralis lateralis; Pt VMed: pterygoideus ventralis medialis; Pt D Lat: pterygoideus dorsalis lateralis; Pt D Med: pterygoideus dorsalis medialis; Pt Retr: pterygoideus retractor; Prptq: protractor pterygoidei et quadrati.
<<Ubi secundum sanum viri prudentis timorataeque conscientiae iudicium actus externus positus nullam fundatam suspicionem libidinosae voluntatis pandit ibi sermo de 'delicto' commisso moveri nequit>> (37).
There was herniation of a bowel loop of length 3.5 cm through left obturator foramen extending inferiorly between pectineus muscle anteriorly and obturator externus muscle posteriorly, suggestive of obturator hernia (Figures 3, 4(a), and 4(b)).
[2] The assessment of thickness of the abdominal muscles including transversus abdominis (TA), obliquus abdominis internus (OI) and oblique abdominis externus (OE) is known to be a valid measure of size of the abdominal muscles, as well as a sensitive measure of change.
On one side, each spermatheca is connected with the bursa copulatrix, and on the other side, they are connected with the uterus externus that leads to the genital opening.
obliquus externus et internus abdominis strength than women of Sport Education study program.
Murray Sherwood, managing director of the green IT consultancy Externus, says companies should think about moving to "multifunction" printers that incorporate printing, copying and faxing, but also allow stricter controls on the level and type of printing by employees.
A phylogenetic analysis for the Sciaenidae by Sasaki (1989) that used morphological, osteological, and myological evidence concluded that Seriphus is broadly separated from Cynoscion by possessing the following characters: an enlarged and anteriorly located toothplate on the pharyngobranchial 2, the flexor ventralis externus fades into the flexor ventralis, the basiphenoid is separate from the parasphenoid ventrally, a dentary foramen is present, there is a secondary reversal from an enlarged and anteriorly located tooth plate on pharyngobranchial 2, the posterior dorsal fin spines are not exposed, and the soft dorsal and anal fin bases are of equal length.