Medical Definition of Musculus adductor pollicis

1. Origin, by two heads, the transverse head from the shaft of the third metacarpal and the oblique head from the front of the base of the second metacarpal, the trapezoid and capitate bones; insertion, medial side of base of proximal phalanx of thumb; action, adducts thumb; nerve supply, ulnar. Synonym: musculus adductor pollicis, adductor muscle of thumb. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musculus Adductor Pollicis

musculotubal canal
musculous
musculus
musculus abductor digiti minimi manus
musculus abductor digiti minimi pedis
musculus abductor digiti quinti
musculus abductor hallucis
musculus abductor pollicis
musculus abductor pollicis brevis
musculus abductor pollicis longus
musculus adductor hallucis
musculus adductor minimus
musculus adductor pollicis (current term)
musculus anconeus
musculus antitragicus
musculus articularis
musculus articularis cubiti
musculus articularis genus
musculus aryepiglotticus
musculus arytenoideus obliquus
musculus arytenoideus transversus
musculus aryvocalis
musculus attollens aurem
musculus attrahens aurem
musculus auricularis anterior
musculus auricularis posterior
musculus auricularis superior

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