medial rotator

me·di·al ro·ta·tor

a muscle that turns a part medialward.
See also: invertor.
Synonym(s): intortor
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In C5/C6 or upper trunk lesions, the medial rotators of the shoulder are relatively "spared," and often there are associated internal rotation myostatic contractures of the subscapularis and pectoralis major.
32) It is hypothesized that by temporarily weakening the medial rotators through its action on a and g motor endings, botulinum toxin type A reduces their afferent input to the motor cortex and thereby allows cortical recruitment of injured nerves to increase.

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