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ob·li·quus

(ob-lī'kwŭs),
Denoting a structure with an oblique course or direction; a name given, with further qualification, to several muscles. See: muscle.
[L. slanting, oblique]
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Variation of the vastus medialis obliquus insertion and its relevance to minimally invasive total knee arthroplasty.
Zhou, Enantioselective Toxicological Response of the Green Alga Scenedesmus obliquus to Isocarbophos, Chirality, 24, 481 (2012).
The authors found that there was a significant increase in distance walked (p<0.05), more upright posture, an increase in sit-ups executed (p<0.05) and an increase in resting thicknesses of all the four abdominal muscles was recorded: transversus abdominis (p<0.05) obliquus internus (p<0.05), obliquus externus (p<0.05) and the rectus abdominis (p<0.05).
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Quantitative structure-activity relationships for joint toxicity of substituted phenols and anilines to Scenedesmus obliquus. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 20(1), 115-119.
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