Definition of Lumbricals

1. lumbrical [n] - See also: lumbrical



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lumbricals

lumbocostoabdominal triangle
lumbodorsal fascia
lumboiliac
lumboinguinal
lumboinguinal nerve
lumbosacral
lumbosacral angle
lumbosacral joint
lumbosacral plexus
lumbosacral trunk
lumbric
lumbrical
lumbrical muscle of foot
lumbrical muscle of hand
lumbricalis
lumbricals (current term)
lumbrici
lumbricidal
lumbricide
lumbriciform
lumbricine
lumbricines
lumbricoid
lumbricosis
lumbrics
lumbricus
lumbrokinase
lumbus
lumefantrine
lumen

Literary usage of Lumbricals

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The After Treatment of Wounds and Injuries by Reginald Cheyne Elmslie (1919)
"In such cases the power of these lumbricals to extend the ... Because of the loss of the interossei and lumbricals the hand becomes extremely flat, ..."

2. St. Mary's Hospital Gazette by St. Mary's Hospital (London, England) (1901)
"There is this important difference between the lumbricals and interossei of the hand ... The lumbricals in both cases run to the dorsal expansion, so that, ..."

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