musculus mus·cu·lus (mŭs'kyə-ləs)
n. pl. mus·cu·li (-lī')
Nothing but the musculus vastus externus is so much as touched.
This fact has been indicated especially in connection with the sinews of the musculus peronaeus longus.
Hence the muscle which everts the lower lip has been called the musculus superbus.
In shape, the large basihyal of Onychomys resembles the smaller one of B. musculus.
SW Izucr de Matemores, yielded mandibular tooth-rows belonging to musculus.
Even so, smaller size differentiates pallidus from musculus.
My hands went down on her neck, between the musculus cucullaris and the sternocleido mastoideus.
Five digits are generally present, but sometimes as in Balaenoptera musculus, there are four, the third being suppressed.
musculus flexor perforans et perforatus digiti II (Figs. 2, 9).