corrugator


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corrugator

(ˈkɒrʊˌɡeɪtə)
n
(Anatomy) a muscle whose contraction causes wrinkling of the brow
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It sounds like a great idea: Continuously extrude a chain of hollow parts using special tooling on a pipe corrugator. Then just cut them apart.
Explains the best procedures for scheduling on the corrugator, whether it is a single, double, or triple knife unit.
Corrugator Bonding: A TAPPI PRESS Anthology of Published Papers, Second Edition
To smooth glabellar frown lines, botulinum toxin is injected at the procerus muscle and the corrugator supercilii muscle, which are located with -2.0 mm peeled images (Fig.
In web-fed corrugated pre-printing on the HP PageWide 1100S Press, the printed roll is fed into a corrugator for attachment to the flute and bottom liner.
Right: Jurgen Heindl, chief executive officer at Progroup and employees from Ellesmere Port and Germany at the shut down ceremony of Progroup's first corrugator
Benign essential blepharospasm (BEB) is the second most common focal dystonia after cervical dystonia which is caused by involuntary contraction of orbicularis oculi, procerus and neighbouring corrugator muscles (1,2).
Mpact's R150 million investment in Port Elizabeth is centered on a new state-of-the-art corrugator supplied by industry leading German machine supplier, BHS.
Post-tetanic count at adductor pollicis is a better indicator of early diaphragmatic recovery than train-of-four count at corrugator supercilii.
This phenomenon was defined as premier expression, which Zhu and Suzuki (2016) studied in response to auditory surprise stimuli in the corrugator supercilii muscle and zygomaticus major muscle.