teres major

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Noun1.teres major - teres muscle that moves the arm and rotates it medially
teres, teres muscle - either of two muscles in the shoulder region that move the shoulders and arms
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These include the transfer of the trapezius, pectoralis major and teres major, latissimus dorsi, combined biceps and triceps, gracilis, and combined muscle transfers.
Reverse shoulder arthroplasty combined with a modified latissimus dorsi and teres major tendon transfer for shoulder pseudoparalysis associated with dropping arm.
For example, burgers are popular for tailgating, but Rogers suggests also promoting small roasts, such as teres major or coulotte.
The PHCA curves around the surgical neck of humerus to supply the shoulder joint, the deltoid (musculus deltoideus), the teres major, the teres minor and the long and lateral head of triceps.
The brachial artery, a continuation of the axillary, begins at the distal (inferior) border of the tendon of teres major and ends about a centimeter distal to the elbow joint (at the level of the neck of the radius) by dividing into radial and ulnar arteries.
I met my biceps, located my deltoids and am now familiar with teres major and minor.
Contracture in adduction and internal rotation could appear early due to the lack of opposition to the muscle forces generated by the subscapularis, pectoralis major, teres major and latissimus dorsi.
With that came an education on the utilization of the flank, flat iron, teres major and center cut sirloin (baseball cut) steaks.
The axillary artery, a continuation of the subclavian artery, begins at the outer border of the first rib, and ends normally at the inferior border of teres major muscle where onwards it continues as the brachial artery.
Thus teres major, latissmus dorsi and pectoral muscles are never involved and the shoulder block will cover most or all of the surgical pain.
The humerus of Eosphargis breineri (figure 2-7) show a very high development of the crista-like structures of the insertion of musculus teres major which forms a unit crista and the crista deltopectoralis, but neither are not fused together.
Teres major -- adducts, extends, and medially rotates the arm.