The musculature is often rigid, and the reflexes are increased in activity.
The Lani laid back the skin and musculature with bold, sure strokes.
The bundle may be followed anteriorly until it becomes intimately mixed with the musculature of the ventricles.
He did not doubt there was strength enough in the host's musculature to distort the risers.
musculature—Arm and leg showed slightly diminished power on right side.
It would appear that rise of blood pressure tends to throw increased work upon the musculature of the arterioles.
The splanchnic layer of the head cavity gives rise to the musculature of the œsophagus.
There are ten mesenteries in which the musculature is so little developed as to be almost indistinguishable.
The fins, both median and paired, obtain their musculature by the ingrowth into them of muscle buds from the adjoining myotomes.
This patagium is abundantly supplied with musculature, but the fingers are not elongated as in the Bats for its support.
musculature mus·cu·la·ture (mŭs'kyə-lə-chur')
The arrangement of the muscles in a part or in the body as a whole.