The proximal muscles, those close to the chest, will be the most severely impacted and experience the greatest weakness.
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The latter contains the proximal moieties of the zooids and numerous but separate spicules.
From the dentated edges arise numerous verticillate branches, the proximal ends of which are thickly ramified.
The proximal part of the shaft has fine set or the bases of them, and the distal lobe faint traces of much finer ones.
Spines in the proximal half compressed, broad lanceolate, four to six times as broad as in the thin cylindrical distal half.
The proximal surface of the astragalus is generally flattened instead of being pulley-like as in Ungulata vera.
These were fastened by pivotal connection at the proximal end.
proximal whorl also rather regular, with a cross of four straight lateral branches.
The proximal extremity attached to the roof of the thalamencephalon forms a special section, known as the infra-pineal process.
proximal prox·i·mal (prŏk'sə-məl)
Nearer to a point of reference such as an origin, a point of attachment, or the midline of the body.