Definition of Femoral biceps
1. Noun. The biceps muscle of the thigh; it flexes the knee and rotates the leg laterally.
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Literary usage of Femoral biceps
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1. An Elementary Treatise on Human Anatomy by Joseph Leidy (1889)
"The fleshy mass at the back of the thigh is composed of three flexors of the leg,— the femoral biceps, semitendinosus, ..."
2. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy by Royal Irish Academy (1874)
"... was equal to the femoral biceps in size, thus the inner hamstrings were to the outer as 16 is to 15. The quadriceps extensor differed in no respect from ..."
3. Animal Mechanism: A Treatise on Terrestrial and Aerial Locomotion by Etienne-Jules Marey (1890)
"Thus the femoral biceps is easily recognized in all mammals ; and it varies considerably, especially in its lower attachment. In certain quadrupeds it is ..."
4. Musical Education by Albert Lavignac (1902)
"It is as though one should pretend to teach soldiers to march with commands of the following nature: " Contract your femoral biceps ! " " Relax the triceps! ..."