medius


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medius

(ˈmiːdɪəs)
n
(Anatomy) the middle finger
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The Scalenus medius band and the seventh cervical transverse process.
The Medius Institute for Gay Men's Health in New York City, which has been studying gays and depression, recently called for mental health exams to become part of regular checkups and recommended educational programs to teach gay men about the symptoms of mental illness.
Palpation of the soft tissues structures in the pelvis revealed tender areas of nodular consistency in the posterior fibers of the right gluteus medius.
Electromyography (EMG) of the left gluteus medius and minimus muscles showed no spontaneous activity.
For example, the title page of the medius part book, which differs from the other partbooks by its lack of the publisher's address, exists in two states with differing decorative bars below the part name.
After consultation with a radiologist, an MRI of the hip and pelvis was performed and revealed a large gluteal hemangioma involving the entire right gluteus medius.
Muscles involved: Abductors, gluteus medius and quadriceps.
I studied larvae of the sabellin sabellid Schizobranchia insignis Bush, 1905, intensively, and made additional observations on larvae of three other sabellins, Demonax medius (Bush, 1905), Myxicola aesthetica (Claparede, 1870), and Pseudopotamilla occelata (Moore, 1905).
Greater trochanteric pain syndrome is a relatively new term that includes greater trochanteric bursitis and gluteus medius pathology.