Oblique muscle

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Related to Oblique muscle: Internal oblique muscle
(Anat.) a muscle acting in a direction oblique to the mesial plane of the body, or to the associated muscles; - applied especially to two muscles of the eyeball.

See also: Oblique

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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There's already off-the-green drama leading up to the second stage of the FedExCup Playoffs, with fireworks over Bryson DeChambeau's pace of play and questions over Tiger Woods, his strained oblique muscle and sometimes balky back.
In 2016, his debut season ended with another abdominal injury, also to the right oblique muscle, after 27 games.
The shooting guard suffered an (https://www.ibtimes.com/celtics-suffer-multiple-injury-blow-ahead-playoffs-stevens-provides-update-2783843) oblique bruise during the game against Orlando Magic  on Sunday night, which has now been upgraded to a torn oblique muscle.
Recently the 33-year-old third baseman Todd Frazier was reported to have an MRI that revealed the injury in his left oblique muscle. He will be returning to New York for Cortisone Injection (the injection to relieve inflammation in the body parts).
The 26-year-old ended up ripping the internal oblique muscle off his hip bone, raising initial concerns over his very future in the sport.
It originated from the ribs or the costal cartilages or the aponeurosis of the external oblique muscle (Samuel & Vollala), and it inserted into the medial epicondyle of the humerus and to the brachial fascia, medial intermuscular septum or medial aspect of the humerus (Spinner et al., 1991).
Visual acuity, anterior and posterior segment findings, eye movements, angle of deviation, abnormal head positions, oblique muscle functions, and amount of torsion were assessed pre- and postoperatively.
In our case, the patient had a L1 nerve root compression, the ventral ramus of LI divides into iliohyoogastric and ilioinguinal nerves, both in charge of supplying the innervation of the lower segments of the transversus abdominis and the internal and external oblique muscle. (2) Thus, a far lateral lumbar disc herniation at L1-L2 can also present with abdominal pain and weakness causing abdominal wall paresis and bulge.
Then, the probe was moved anterolaterally in order to visualize the anterolateral margin of the QL and the aponeurosis of the two abdominal wall muscles (IO: internal oblique muscle; TA: transversus abdominis muscle).
Furthermore, comparison of the differences between pre- and postoperatively studied corneal biomechanics parameters for the eyes with weakening muscle surgery (n = 23, recti recession or inferior oblique muscle weakening) versus combined (weakening and strengthening) muscle surgery (n = 18) is shown in Table 5, with the results showing a significant postoperative increase in corneal hysteresis for the eyes with muscle weakening surgery compared to those with the combined weakening-strengthening procedure (p [less than or equal to] 0.04), yet no statistically significant difference regarding CRF was shown in the same group of patients.
There was enhancement and thickening of the left inferior oblique muscle measuring 8.31 mm.
The straight abdominal muscle and the external oblique muscle are involved in the dissolvement of the bow tension.

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