Extensor

involving extensor surfaces of limbs. Contrast with flexor surfaces.
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Extensor

Any muscle that can contract and create movement at a joint that increases the angle between the parts of a limb. Exs
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Extensor

A muscle that is involved in straightening (extending) a limb or part of the body.
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Extensor

Adjective from the noun 'extension'. The muscles which cause extension of a part are its extensor muscles; the surface of a part where those muscles are found is sometimes called the extensor surface.
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Extensor

To stretch out.
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Extensor

Ex·ten'sor noun [ Latin , one who stretches. See Extend .] (Anat.) A muscle which serves to extend or straighten any part of the body, as an arm or a finger; -- opposed to flexor .
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extensor

(ek-sten´sor) a muscle that straightens a joint.
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Extensor

• (n.) A muscle which serves to extend or straighten any part of the body, as an arm or a finger; -- opposed to flexor.
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extensor

extensor Any of various muscles that extend or straighten some part of the body; especially, a flexed arm or leg.
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extensor

adjective from the noun “extension”. The muscles which cause extension of a part are its extensor muscles; the surface of a part where those muscles are found is sometimes called the extensor surface.
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Extensor

An extensor is a muscle which serves to extend or straighten any part of the body, such as an arm or a finger.
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extensor

Type: Term Pronunciation: eks-ten′sŏr, -sōr Definitions: 1. A muscle the contraction of which causes movement at a joint with the consequence that the limb or body assumes a more straight line, or so that the distance between the parts proximal and distal to the joint is increased or extended; the antagonist of a flexor. See: muscle...
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extensor

(muscle) Type: Term Synonyms: extensor digitorum muscle
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extensor

A muscle that straightens a limb
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Extensor

Muscle responsible for opening the angle of a joint
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extensor

A muscle that, upon contraction, increases the angle of a joint.
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