psoas

[n] - either of two muscles of the abdomen and pelvis that flex the trunk and rotate the thigh
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Psoas

Psoas: Muscles of the lower back (the loin). There are two psoas muscles on each side of the back. The larger of the two is called the psoas major and the smaller the psoas minor. The psoas major originates at the spine around the bottom of the rib cage and runs down to the thigh bone (the femur). The psoas major acts to flex the hip. The psoas min
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Psoas

Pso'as noun [ Greek ... a muscle of the loin: confer f. psoas .] (Anat.) An internal muscle arising from the lumbar vertebræ and inserted into the femur. In man there are usually two on each side, and the larger one, or great psoas, forms a part of the iliopsoas.
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psoas

<anatomy> An internal muscle arising from the lumbar vertebrae and inserted into the femur. In man there are usually two on each side, and the larger one, or great psoas, forms a part of the iliopsoas. ... Origin: Gr. A muscle of the loin: cf. F. Psoas. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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psoas

noun either of two muscles of the abdomen and pelvis that flex the trunk and rotate the thigh
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Psoas

• (n.) An internal muscle arising from the lumbar vertebrae and inserted into the femur. In man there are usually two on each side, and the larger one, or great psoas, forms a part of the iliopsoas.
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psoas

Type: Term Pronunciation: sō′as See: psoas major (muscle), psoas minor (muscle)
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psoas

Greek = loin.
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Psoas

Psoas s (from Greek ψόας) can refer to: ...
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psoas

loin muscle
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