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Longus

(ˈlɒŋɡəs)
n
(Biography) ?3rd century ad, Greek author of the prose romance Daphnis and Chloe
Translations

longus

a. largo-a, extenso-a.
References in classic literature ?
But, as certain tenacities are stronger than others, Athos was forced to hear Planchet recite his idyls of felicity, translated into a language more chaste than that of Longus. So Planchet related how Truchen had charmed the years of his advancing age, and brought good luck to his business, as Ruth did to Boaz.
MRI findings demonstrated a smooth retropharyngeal effusion extending from the skull base to the C5 level and asymmetric edema of the left longus colli muscle (Figure 2).
Acute calcific tendinitis of the longus colli muscle (CTLC) is a rare and self-limiting inflammatory disorder of the tendon insertions.
If the Toronto Raptors want to sustain their impressive start to the 2014-2015 NBA Season they have to do it with franchise player and leader DeMar DeRozan, who is out for the Canadian squad for an indefinite period because of a torn left adductor longus tendon or the skeletal muscle located in the thigh.
The surprise unveiling of the 24.4 metre-long Diplodocus Longus saw the jaws of hundreds of shoppers drop to the floor at Monday evening's reveal.
Yapilan muayenede sol hamstring, tibialis anterior, ekstansor hallusis longus ve ekstansor digitorum brevis kaslarinda kuvvet kaybi tespit edildi.
[7] first described the use of a composite radial forearm along with palmaris longus tendon to reconstruct large lower lip defects.
lumbricalis longus Digiti IV with respect to the tendo superficialis aponeurosis palmaris prodigiti IV
Francoise Letoublon's article looks at mythological paradigms in the Greek novels, and finds striking similarities in the use of the Syrinx story in the novels of Longus and Achilles Tatius.
The 55ft-long specimen of the long-necked Diplodocus longus is believed to be the first sale at a UK auction of a large dinosaur skeleton, according to experts.
Palmaris longus muscle is one of the most superficial flexor muscles of the forearm.
Objective: Medical literature observes clear racial/demographic trends in Palmaris longus absence; with the incidence of agenesis ranging from 5 to 25% in numerous populations.