interossei muscles palmar

musculi interossei palmares.

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  • Palmar interossei muscles — Muscle infobox Name = Palmar interossei muscles Latin = musculi interossei palmares GraySubject = 126 GrayPage = 465 Caption = The Interossei volares of left hand. Origin = metacarpals Insertion = proximal phalange Action = adduction Antagonist …   Wikipedia

  • interosseous muscles palmar — musculi interossei palmares …   Medical dictionary

  • Interossei — refer to muscles between the bones. Specific interossei include: * Upper limbs ** Dorsal interossei muscles (hand) ** Palmar interossei muscles * Lower limbs ** Dorsal interossei muscles (foot) ** Plantar interossei muscles …   Wikipedia

  • List of muscles of the human body — Skeletal muscles homo sapiens Muscles of the human body: Overview Head  |  Neck  |&# …   Wikipedia

  • Dorsal interossei of the hand — For the muscles of the foot, see Dorsal interossei muscles (foot). Dorsal interossei of the hand The Interossei dorsales of left hand. Latin musculi interossei dorsales manus …   Wikipedia

  • Dorsal interossei of the foot — Dorsal interossei muscles The Interossei dorsales. Left foot. Latin musculi interossei dorsalis pedis Gray s …   Wikipedia

  • Interosseous muscles of the hand — The interosseous muscles of the hand are muscles found near the metacarpal bones that help to control the fingers. They are considered voluntary muscles. They are generally divided into two sets: * 4 Dorsal interossei * 3 Palmar interossei …   Wikipedia

  • musculi interossei palmares — [TA] palmar interosseous muscles (3): origin, sides of second, fourth, and fifth metacarpal bones; insertion, bases of proximal phalanges and corresponding extensor expansions of second, fourth, and fifth fingers; innervation, ulnar; action,… …   Medical dictionary

  • Interosseus muscle — can refer to: * Dorsal interossei muscles * Palmar interossei muscles * Plantar interossei muscles …   Wikipedia

  • 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

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