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  • Meuli-Simmen C, Meuli M, Adzick NS, Ursell PC, Harrison MR: Latissimus dorsi flap procedure to cover myelomeningocele in utero: A feasibility study in human fetuses.

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  • It is the longissimus dorsi muscle — the vaunted backstrap — that aids the deer in its soaring bounds, its ­nitrogen - ​ powered, zero-to-see-ya-later speeds, and its incomparable edibility.

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  • He pressed his fingertips into the latissimus dorsi.

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  • Works upper back muscles trapezius, latissimus dorsi

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  • Figure 113Quadriceps stretch 8. Latissimus dorsi lats stretch.

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  • However, if the latissimus dorsi muscle in your middle and lower back becomes tight, your shoulder and spine motion can be limited and therefore dysfunctional.

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  • Your latissimus dorsi muscle is the big muscle that runs from your shoulders to your lower back.

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  • The two most common tissue flap procedures are the TRAM flap transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous flap, which uses tissue from the lower tummy area; and the latissimus dorsi flap, which uses tissue from the upper back.

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  • He needs to work on his rhomboids and trapezoid and probably the latissimus dorsi and Now.

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  • Note 117: Canon, 1.3.1, fol. 65va: "Et observandum erit ne cum dormierit, aliquid colli ipsius, aut extremorum eius, aut dorsi torqueatur." back

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

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