Medical Definition of Musculus rectouterinus

1. A band of fibrous tissue and smooth muscle fibres passing between the cervix of the uterus and the rectum in the rectouterine fold, on either side. Synonym: musculus rectouterinus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musculus Rectouterinus

musculus pyramidalis auriculae
musculus pyramidalis nasi
musculus pyriformis
musculus quadratus
musculus quadratus femoris
musculus quadratus labii inferioris
musculus quadratus labii superioris
musculus quadratus lumborum
musculus quadratus menti
musculus quadratus plantae
musculus quadriceps extensor femoris
musculus quadriceps femoris
musculus rectococcygeus
musculus rectourethralis
musculus rectouterinus (current term)
musculus rectus capitis anterior
musculus rectus capitis anticus major
musculus rectus capitis anticus minor
musculus rectus capitis lateralis
musculus rectus capitis posterior major
musculus rectus capitis posterior minor
musculus rectus capitis posticus major
musculus rectus capitis posticus minor
musculus rectus externus
musculus rectus femoris
musculus rectus inferior
musculus rectus internus

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