Deltoid

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Deltoid

• (a.) Shaped like the Greek / (delta); delta-shaped; triangular.
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deltoid

<anatomy, muscle> Origin, anterior border and upper surface over lateral third of clavicle, lateral border of acromion process, lower border of spine of scapula; insertion, lateral side of shaft of humerus a little above its middle (deltoid tuberosity); action, abduction, flexion, extension, and rotation of arm; nerve supply, axillary from fi...
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deltoid

(del´toid) triangular. the deltoid muscle.
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deltoid

adjective of a leaf shape; suggesting a capital delta, with a point at the apex
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deltoid

(muscle) Type: Term Definitions: 1. intrinsic (scapulohumeral) muscle of shoulder joint; origin, lateral third of anterior border of clavicle, lateral and posterior border of acromion process, lower border of spine of scapula; insertion, lateral side of shaft of humerus (deltoid tuberosity) a little above its middle; action, its ...
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Deltoid

Del'toid adjective [ Greek deltoeidh`s delta- shaped; de`lta the name of the letter &DELTA; + e'i^dos form: confer French deltoïde . See Delta .] Shaped like the Greek &DELTA; (delta); delta-shaped; triangular. Deltoid leaf (Botany) ,
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deltoid

A hypocycloid with three cusps, also known as a tricuspoid or Steiner's hypocycloid after the Swiss mathematician Jakob Steiner who investigated the curve in 1856. The deltoid, so-named because it looks like an uppercase Greek delta (?), is formed by a point on the circumference of a circle ...
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Deltoid

A large triangular muscle that covers the shoulder joint. It serves to raise the arm laterally. The deltoid arises from the upper anterior part of the outer third of the clavicle and from the acromium and spine of the scapula, and is inserted into the outer side of the mid-shaft of the humerus. Also known as the deltoid muscle.
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Deltoid

A thick muscle that covers the shoulder and is used to lift the arm up, away from the body.
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deltoid

adjective, Greek delta (D). The capital has a triangular shape (cf. the delta of the Nile river).
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Deltoid

An equilateral triangular
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Deltoid

An equilateral triangular attached at the center or one side.
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Deltoid

broadly triangular in shape
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Deltoid

broadly triangular in shape
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deltoid

deltoid 1. In the shape of delta, the fourth letter in the Greek alphabet. 2. A capital delta is a triangle; so, deltoid means triangular in shape or configuration. 3. The large muscle, roughly triangular in shape, that stretches from the clavicle (collarbone) to the humerus (the long bone in the upper arm) and so covers the shoulder. When the de...
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deltoid

Deltoid. Source: Gray's Atatomy The triangular muscle of the shoulder region that forms the rounded flesh of the outer part of the upper arm, and passes up and over the shoulder joint. The wide end of the deltoid is attached to the scapula (shoulderblade) and the clavicle (collarbone). The musc...
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Deltoid

Deltoid: An adjective and a noun. Adjective: In the shape of delta, the fourth letter in the Greek alphabet. A capital delta is a triangle. Hence, deltoid means triangular in configuration. Noun: The large muscle, roughly triangular in shape, that stretches from the clavicle (collarbone) to the humerus (the long bone in the upper arm) and so covers...
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deltoid

shaped like a delta or triangle
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Deltoid

The deltoid is a large, thick powerful muscle with a triangular form and a coarse texture. The muscle is divided into three portions: an anterior (clavicular) portion, and acrominal portion, and a posterior portion. The anterior portion forms the broad side of the muscle and the posterior portion is located on the back of the shoulder. The muscle o...
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Deltoid

Triangular
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deltoid

Triangular in solid form.
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Deltoid

triangular with rounded corners
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Deltoid

triangular with rounded corners
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Deltoid

Triangular; delta-like.
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