muscular system


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muscular system

n.
The bodily system that is composed of skeletal, smooth, and cardiac muscle tissue and functions in movement of the body or of materials through the body, maintenance of posture, and heat production.
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Nay, I even went beyond the passive virtue of accepting my destiny--I actually studied, I made the acquaintance of the skeleton, I was on friendly terms with the muscular system, and the mysteries of Physiology dropped in on me in the kindest manner whenever they had an evening to spare.
He still wore republican whiskers and his hair very long; his hands, adorned with bunches of hair on each knuckle, showed the power of his muscular system in their prominent blue veins.
He said during training, he conducted Raise, Activate, Mobilize, Potentiate (RAMP), adding that in the session more emphasis was on narrow muscular system and fine motor skill to coordinate small muscles in their bodies.
Tenders are invited for services for sanatorium-resort treatment of insured persons who suffered health damage as a result of accidents at work and occupational diseases in classes x of icd-10 diseases of the respiratory organs , vi icd-10 diseases of the nervous system , xiii icd-10 muscular system "
The company explained that the major causes of lower limb disabilities are disorders of the cerebral and nervous muscular system, which blocks the brain from using ordinary neutral pathways resulting in its failure to order the legs to move.
This edition has new and updated art and anatomical figures; three new chapters on muscle tissue, the autonomic nervous system, and heredity; a revised chapter on the muscular system; new appendices on common abbreviations, medical terminology, the metric system, and reference values for blood and urine; new tables and figures; new case studies; and a new interactive anatomy and physiology review module.
It has been later understood that the presence of these "fillers" in the dermis is perceived by resident dermal fibroblasts as a "gap" in the tissue, and as a consequence, they produce new collagens, the dermis becomes more resilient and the skin "hangs down" from the sites where the cutaneous tissue is attached to the muscular system, in a less conspicuous manner.
It examines topics associated with the human anatomy, including respiration and circulation, the digestive system, the muscular system, skeleton - and love.
It examines various topics associated with the human anatomy, including respiration and circulation, the digestive system, the muscular system, skeleton -- and love.
These changes make the hollow internal cavity narrower, which reduces the blood flow that carries the oxygen and food to the organs including the muscular system. This means that muscles do not receive sufficient oxygen needed to maintain performance, which can make them leaner and more susceptible to spasm or muscle tear.
More focus on the history, and examination of the muscular system uncovered that the child has baseline easy fatigability which progresses over the day.
(2) Accuracy in force modulation parameters: including parameters involved in constant force control of the muscular system and parameters correlated with subject's ability to maintain the force level near to the target as much as possible over time