deltoid muscle

NOUN
  1. a large triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint and serving to abduct and flex and extend and rotate the arm
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How To Use deltoid muscle In A Sentence

  • Complete dislocation of the acromioclavicular joint with avulsion of the trapezoid and deltoid muscle results in a decrease in upper extremity strength.
  • These vaccines are inactivated and should be administered intramuscularly into the deltoid muscle.
  • Evidence of a therapeutic effect can be seen by strengthening of the deltoid muscle on repeat muscle testing.
  • An all-around athlete in Alpine skiing, Lasse Kjus won five medals in three different events at four Olympics. In 1991 Kjus crashed during training, tearing the nerve to his left deltoid muscle.
  • The primary interest of the present study was to compare the muscle recruitment patterns of the trapezius and deltoid muscles in patients with shoulder impingement with the patterns of subjects who had healthy shoulders.
  • During surgery, we observed partial or complete detachment of the trapezoid and deltoid muscles from the lateral clavicle in all patients.
  • Tendinitis of the deltoid muscle tendon was ruled out as well.
  • Well, it was like stabs with a finger into Cedric's deltoid muscle.
  • My deltoid muscles are too thick, it hurt to even try this new streamline.
  • An all-around athlete in Alpine skiing, Lasse Kjus won five medals in three different events at four Olympics. In 1991 Kjus crashed during training, tearing the nerve to his left deltoid muscle.
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