intermuscular


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intermuscular

(ˌɪntəˈmʌskjʊlə)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy occurring between muscles
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These results probably indicated that, the mobilization of tail fat as a source of energy at the 25 (Percent) feed restriction was delayed to a higher level of restriction leaving the intermuscular and subcutaneous fats as immediate sources of energy utilization at the 25 (Percent) restriction level.
Wickbom, "Intermuscular and intramuscular lipomas and hibernomas: a clinical, roentgenologic, histologic, and prognostic study of 46 cases," Cancer, vol.
Incluso, se describe el origen de este musculo de forma conjunta desde: tercio inferior de la cara medial del perone, parte vecina de la membrana interosea de la pierna y tabique intermuscular anterior de la pierna que lo separa de los musculos peroneos; nace por medio de fibras musculares habitualmente confundidas con fasciculos inferiores del ELCD.
Before dissection, the legs were thawed at 10[degrees]C for 20 hours, within the plastic bags, after which any extra tissue (blood vessel, subcutaneous and intermuscular fat) was withdrawn.
Occasionally, these tumors can originate from either within muscle (intramuscular) or between muscles (intermuscular).
Esta tecnica busca disminuir los riesgos de lesion, mejorar la coordinacion intra e intermuscular, aumentar la potencia de trabajo, proporcionar estabilidad y eficiencia permitiendo que los musculos del cuerpo trabajen en cadena, proporcionar balance, mejoras en la postura, y aumentar la fuerza y la agilidad (9).
The examination of an EMG frequency-domain statistic (median frequency) to describe intermuscular differences within the QF may provide of a greater number and higher density of [Na.sup.+] channels within the sarcolemma of fast-twitch muscle fibers, compared with slow-twitch muscle fibers, the generation of higher frequency action potentials, and hence EMG signals, from fast-twitch muscle fibers, the significant relation between the EMG median frequency and muscle fiber conduction velocity and the progressive recruitment of fast-twitch muscle fibers at higher contraction intensities [8,16-18].
In the T2 weighted sequences, it shows high intensity in the involved muscle with diffuse enlargement of involved muscle groups and partial loss of normal fatty intermuscular septa.The T1 weighted images show isointense or hypointense images.
Dissection can be carried posteriorly through either the lateral intermuscular septum, or between the heads of the triceps muscle.
A faintly defined ventrolateral intermuscular line is present, as is diagnostic of ornithurine birds (LONGRICH, 2008).