Medical Definition of Musculus flexor profundus

1. Origin, anterior surface of upper third of ulna; insertion, by four tendons, piercing those of the superficialis, into base of distal phalanx of each finger; action, flexes distal interphalangeal joint of fingers; nerve supply, ulnar and median (anterior interosseous muscle). Synonym: musculus flexor digitorum profundus, deep flexor muscle of fingers, musculus flexor profundus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musculus Flexor Profundus

musculus flexor carpi ulnaris
musculus flexor digiti minimi brevis manus
musculus flexor digiti minimi brevis pedis
musculus flexor digitorum brevis
musculus flexor digitorum longus
musculus flexor digitorum profundus
musculus flexor digitorum sublimis
musculus flexor digitorum superficialis
musculus flexor hallucis brevis
musculus flexor hallucis longus
musculus flexor longus digitorum
musculus flexor longus hallucis
musculus flexor longus pollicis
musculus flexor pollicis brevis
musculus flexor pollicis longus
musculus flexor profundus (current term)
musculus flexor sublimis
musculus frontalis
musculus fusiformis
musculus gastrocnemius
musculus gemellus inferior
musculus gemellus superior
musculus genioglossus
musculus geniohyoglossus
musculus geniohyoideus
musculus glossopalatinus
musculus glossopharyngeus
musculus gluteus maximus
musculus gluteus medius
musculus gluteus minimus

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