femoris


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Noun1.femoris - the longest and thickest bone of the human skeletonfemoris - the longest and thickest bone of the human skeleton; extends from the pelvis to the knee
lateral condyle - a condyle on the outer side of the lower extremity of the femur
medial condyle - a condyle on the inner side of the lower extremity of the femur
thigh - the part of the leg between the hip and the knee
trochanter - one of the bony prominences developed near the upper extremity of the femur to which muscles are attached
leg bone - a bone of the leg
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The City defender was ruled out of the 2-2 draw with Spurs at the Etihad with a rectus femoris strain, with Nicolas Otamendi starting alongside Aymeric Laporte in the centre of defence.
Summary: Madrid [Spain], Aug 14 (ANI): Real Madrid forward Rodrygo sustained an injury in the right rectus femoris muscle, the club confirmed on Wednesday.
In this way, muscles such as the gluteus maximus and quadriceps femoris, being activated differently, have different practical applications regarding their structure (Contreras et al., 2017; Williams et al., 2018).
(2004), who found that Biceps femoris muscles from hams with a higher salt content were the higher hardness.
Profunda femoris artery (PFA) injury is a rare complication following fracture of the femoral neck.
(5) SSI is thought to be caused by excessive muscular activity of the rectus femoris during repetitive knee flexion with hip extension resulting in an avulsion injury of the AIIS.
En su origen, la cabeza lateral (vastus lateralis) del musculo cuadriceps femoral (quadricep femoris) tuvo dos ramas, una tendinosa que nacio en craneal del trocanter mayor y una carnosa en lateral del mismo.
The outer layer consists almost entirely of bands of fibrous tissues, but beneath the tendon of Quadriceps femoris and the patella it consists of synovial membrane only.
The vastus medialis, vastus intermedius, and vastus lateralis muscles were centrally located and the rectus femoris muscle was lateral in the branching pattern of all specimens.
Quadratus femoris (QF), piriformis, obturator internus, obturator externus, and superior and inferior gemelli are the deep external rotator muscles of the hip joint (Fig).
Accordingly, our primary objective was to assess intertransducer validity of rectus femoris measurements obtained using a curved-array transducer connected to a hand-carried unit against measurements obtained with a linear-array transducer--the reference-standard technique.
There was increased signal intensity consistent with edema at the rectus femoris muscle and adjacent soft tissues, especially in the fat-saturated T2W images.