spinalis (muscle)

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spi·na·lis (mus·cle)

[TA]
the medial component of the erector spinae muscle; it is composed of the spinalis capitis, spinalis cervicis, and spinalis thoracis muscles.
Synonym(s): musculus spinalis [TA], spinal muscle
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It is one of a series where Northumbria University has collaborated with the European Space Agency's Space Medicine Office to look at spinal muscle health.
Northumbria University have also previously collaborated with the ESA's Space Medicine Office, looking at spinal muscle health.
Demoulin C, Crielaard JM, Vanderthommen M 2007 Spinal muscle evaluation in healthy individuals and low-back-pain patients: a literature review.
However, Lucy is stunned when she discovers Chris wants to be more than just a donor, then there's another bombshell when both of them realise they are spinal muscle atrophy carriers.
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While recording afferent activity from lumbar para spinal muscle spindles, actuation of the [L.
Study of surface electromyographic changes in paraspinal muscles following spinal muscle strengthening exercises in non-specific chronic low back pain patients.
These are the motor neurons that die in diseases like Lou Gehrig's disease and that are linked to a genetic disorder in children known as spinal muscle atrophy," Bonanomi said.
A quasi-experimental approach using a two-group comparison, pre-, mid- and post-test design, was utilised to gain insight into the differences between two experimental groups over the 8-week intervention period for the four selected variables of perception of pain and functionality, abdominal muscle endurance, spinal muscle endurance and hamstring flexibility.
42) In animal models, there is also a decrease in reflex spinal muscle activity following prolonged or repetitive stretching of the supraspinous ligament.
That goal saved my life,'' said Goodman, who was diagnosed with spinal muscle atrophy as an infant and has used an iron lung since he was 11.
Research has found that the human body has the ability to activate or inhibit specific areas of the brain so a health problem - such as anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, spinal muscle dysfunction, fibromyalgia, balance, high blood pressure, excessive weight gain, etc.