laiptiškasis statusas T sritis gyvūnų anatomija, gyvūnų morfologija atitikmenys: lot. Scalenus ryšiai: platesnis terminaspagrindiniai terminai

Nomina anatomica, histologica et embryologica veterinaria / Lietuvos veterinarijos akademija. Anatomijos ir histologijos katedra. – Kaunas : Candela. . 1998.

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  • scalenus — [skā lē′nəs] n. [LL] a scalene muscle …   English World dictionary

  • scalenus — SYN: scalene. [L.] * * * sca·le·nus skā lē nəs n, pl sca·le·ni .nī any of usu. three deeply situated muscles on each side of the neck of which each extends from the transverse processes of two or more cervical vertebrae to the first or second rib …   Medical dictionary

  • scalenus — scale̱nus,, ...num [von gr. σϰαληνος = uneben, ungleich]: ungleichseitig dreieckig; z. B. in der Fügung ↑Musculus scalenus posterior …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

  • scalenus — [skə li:nəs] noun (plural scaleni nʌɪ) any of several muscles extending from the neck to the first and second ribs. Origin C18: mod. L., from late L. scalenus (musculus) (see scalene) …   English new terms dictionary

  • scalenus — n. one of four paired muscles of the neck (scalenus anterior, medius, minimus, and posterior), extending from the cervical (neck) vertebrae to the first and second ribs. They are responsible for raising the first and second ribs in inspiration… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • Scalenus medius — The anterior vertebral muscles. (Scalenus medius visible in bottom center right.) …   Wikipedia

  • scalenus anterior — n SCALENUS (a) …   Medical dictionary

  • scalenus anticus — scalenus an·ti·cus an tī kəs n SCALENUS (a) …   Medical dictionary

  • scalenus anticus syndrome — n a complex of symptoms including pain and numbness in the region of the shoulder, arm, and neck that is caused by compression of the brachial plexus or subclavian artery or both by the scalenus anticus muscle …   Medical dictionary

  • scalenus medius — scalenus me·di·us mēd ē əs n SCALENUS (b) …   Medical dictionary

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