Translation of musculature in Spanish:


musculatura, n.

Pronunciation /ˈməskjələtʃər/ /ˈməskjələˌtʃʊr/ /ˈmʌskjʊlətʃə/

Definition of musculatura in Spanish


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    musculatura feminine
    • Cranial nerve musculature is less involved, and ophthalmoplegia is rare.
    • The posterior musculature consists of six muscles in two groups, superficial and deep.
    • We now know that the actions of the specialized musculature of the lower esophageal sphincter provide the chief barrier to reflux.
    • Internal voids resulted from the more rapid decay of internal organs and musculature than the cuticle of the exoskeleton.
    • Unlike the upper esophageal sphincter, the lower sphincter is not pulled open by extrinsic musculature.
    • The body wall musculature consists of three longitudinal muscles that form a continuous layer around the body.
    • This test will fail if the abdominal musculature is very weak or if you are feeling through a diastasis recti.
    • This allows the anal musculature to relax, and the fissure invariably heals.
    • Similarly, the basic structure of the human body is provided by the skeleton and musculature.
    • Treatment to restore normal tone and function to the pelvic floor musculature should not be overlooked.
    • A neurologic examination revealed normal strength in the upper extremities with normal musculature.
    • Atrophy of the hands, particularly the intrinsic musculature, may be present.
    • The tongue musculature is largely contained within a fibrous sac, so the whole maintains a constant volume irrespective of its shape.
    • This was well established through analysis of reflexes in crayfish abdominal musculature.
    • The types of scales that are present in fossils permit us to say something about the dermal musculature.
    • Even though the heat is generated by the flight musculature, the platypleurine cicadas are able to elevate body temperature without flight.
    • Based on those observations, he initiated a study of the role of the pelvic and tail musculature in the ventilation of pigeons.
    • Their teeth were large and pointy, and their jaw musculature was strong.
    • The jaw musculature is immensely strong, giving rise to huge pressures and displacement forces.
    • Bones are obscured by overlying feathers, skin, and musculature.