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lateral

 [lat´er-al]
1. denoting a position farther from the median plane or midline of the body or a structure.
2. pertaining to a side.

lateralis

(1) Lateral, as used in NA terminology. 
(2) An incorrect equivalent for externus.
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For the vastus lateralis the average EMG activity remained between 35 and 100% MVIC.
Delayed onset of electromyographic activity of vastus medialis obliquus relative to vastus lateralis in subjects with patellofemoral pain syndrome.
The pars choanalis is narrow and more developed whether compared to the pars lateralis described above.
Transmission electron micrographs of vastus lateralis muscle from a 66 year-old man with Anncaliia algerae microsporidial myositis, New South Wales, Australia.
Individual and combined effects of salinity and temperature on embryos and larvae of the coot clam, Muliniu lateralis. Biol.
The test-retest reliability of the onset of concentric and eccentric vastus medialis obliquus and vastus lateralis electromyographic activity in a stair stepping task.
Similarly, muscle thickness and pennation angle of the vastus lateralis were close to the highest values previously reported in the literature.
LGMD-2B presented with muscle edema mainly in the vastus lateralis, medialis, and intermedius.[23]
Caption: Figure 2: Light microscopy of the left vastus lateralis ((a), resin; (b)-(f),cryostat).
Proboscis lateralis usually occurs in association with absence of the nose on the same side [3, 5]; however, it may occur from an accessory nasal placode as seen in our case.
Afterward, the wound was irrigated with sterile saline and the fascia of the vastus lateralis and biceps femoris were approximated using 2-0 Vicryl suture, while the subcutaneous tissue and skin were occluded using 3-0 Vicryl suture (Ethicon, Johnson & Johnson, New Jersey, USA).
The effect of patellar taping on the onset of vastus medialis obliquus and vastus lateralis muscle activity in persons with patellofemoral pain.