palmaris brevis muscle

palmaris brevis muscle
musculus palmaris brevis.

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  • Palmaris brevis muscle — Muscle infobox Name = Palmaris brevis muscle Latin = musculus palmaris brevis GraySubject = 126 GrayPage = 463 Caption = The muscles of the left hand. Palmar surface. (Palmaris brevis visible at center left.) Origin = flexor retinaculum (medial) …   Wikipedia

  • Palmaris longus muscle — Muscle infobox Name = Palmaris longus muscle Latin = musculus palmaris longus GraySubject = 125 GrayPage = 446 Caption = Front of right upper extremity. (Palmaris longus labeled at bottom, second from left.) Caption2 = Transverse section across… …   Wikipedia

  • palmaris brevis — palmaris brev·is brev əs n a short transverse superficial muscle of the ulnar side of the palm of the hand that arises from the flexor retinaculum and palmar aponeurosis, inserts into the skin on the ulnar edge of the palm, and functions to tense …   Medical dictionary

  • Muscle — is the tissue of the body which primarily functions as a source of power. There are three types of muscle in the body. Muscle which is responsible for moving extremities and external areas of the body is called "skeletal muscle." Heart… …   Medical dictionary

  • musculus palmaris brevis — [TA] short palmar muscle: origin, palmar aponeurosis; insertion, skin of medial border of hand; innervation, ulnar; action, assists in deepening hollow of palm …   Medical dictionary

  • Muscle — For other uses of Muscle , see Muscle (disambiguation). A top down view of skeletal muscle Muscle (from Latin …   Wikipedia

  • Opponens digiti minimi muscle — The muscles of the thumb. (Opponens quinti digiti visible at center right.) …   Wikipedia

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  • Opponens pollicis muscle — The muscles of the thumb …   Wikipedia

  • Flexor digitorum superficialis muscle — Flexor digitorum superficialis Transverse section across distal ends of radius and ulna. (Flexor dig. subliminis labeled at center top.) Latin musculus flexor digitorum superficialis …   Wikipedia

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