musculus biceps femoris

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Related to Biceps femoris muscle: Rectus femoris muscle, Semitendinosus muscle
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Noun1.musculus biceps femoris - the biceps muscle of the thigh; it flexes the knee and rotates the leg laterally
thigh - the part of the leg between the hip and the knee
biceps - any skeletal muscle having two origins (but especially the muscle that flexes the forearm)
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The pikas of experimental group were injected with 1 mL of 1 mol/L N-isopropyl oxamate, a specific LDH-C4 inhibitor, in biceps femoris muscle of hind legs, each leg with 500 uL.
006) for the rectus femoris muscle between the dominant and non-dominant, but in relation to the biceps femoris muscle were no significant differences (p=0.
There were no significant differences in the results for the biceps femoris muscle (long head) (Table 2).
Adaptive potential of human biceps femoris muscle demonstrated by histochemical, immunohistochemical and mechanomyographical methods.
It turns around the biceps femoris muscle and passes through the peroneal tunnel between the insertion of the peroneus longus muscle and the fibula.
The biceps femoris muscle is a powerful flexor and an important dynamic stabilizer of the knee.
The popliteal fossa was identified by the popliteal crease inferiorly, the semimembranosus and semitendinosus muscles medially and the biceps femoris muscle laterally.
Results are in accord with about that there is a positive relationship between the EMG records of biceps femoris muscle and jump height in elite female rhythmic gymnasts (Arpinar, Nalcakan, Akhisarlioglu, Kutlay, Kosay, 2003).
The pattern was fairly consistent with the exception of the branch innervating the long head of the biceps femoris muscle, which differed for one of the samples.
In the other studies during maximal extension contractions the biceps femoris muscle was performing submaximal isometric contractions, as evidenced by the EMG [12].