How To Use Teres major In A Sentence

  • The lower slip, after crossing the cords of the brachial plexus and axillary artery, passed deep to coracobrachialis and terminated by fusing with the tendons of latissimus dorsi and teres major in the bicipital groove.
  • In its course it gives off two branches: one (infrascapular) enters the subscapular fossa beneath the Subscapularis, which it supplies, anastomosing with the transverse scapular artery and the descending branch of the transverse cervical; the other is continued along the axillary border of the scapula, between the Teres major and minor, and at the dorsal surface of the inferior angle anastomoses with the descending branch of the transverse cervical. VI. The Arteries. 4b. The Axilla
  • I prefer a shoulder-width overhand grip to thicken the teres major and rhomboid muscles.
  • When the arm is extended, the long head of the muscle may assist the Teres major and Latissimus dorsi in drawing the humerus backward and in adducting it to the thorax. IV. Myology. 7d. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Arm
  • Accessory slips may join the deltoid with infraspinatus, latissimus dorsi, or even teres major.
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  • By its deep surface, it is in relation with the Lumbar fascia, the Serratus posticus inferior, the lower external intercostal muscles and ribs, inferior angle of the scapula, Rhomboideus major, Infraspinatus, and Teres major. [p. 313] Archive 2009-01-01
  • The teres major, a small muscle that originates on the inside lower edge of your shoulder blade and attaches on your upper arm, performs the same movements as the lats.
  • I prefer a shoulder-width overhand grip to thicken the teres major and rhomboid muscles.

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