flexor

(flek´sor) causing flexion. a muscle that flexes a joint, such as one that raises a thigh or bends an elbow.
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flexor

(flek;sor) A muscle that decreases the angle of a joint when it contracts.
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Flexor

• (n.) A muscle which bends or flexes any part; as, the flexors of the arm or the hand; -- opposed to extensor.
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Flexor

Flex'or noun [ New Latin ] (Anat.) A muscle which bends or flexes any part; as, the flexors of the arm or the hand; -- opposed to extensor .
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Flexor

A flexor is a muscle which serves to bends a joint or limb.
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Flexor

A muscle that is involved in bending (flexing) a limb or part of the body.
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Flexor

A muscle which causes a limb or other part to bend.
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Flexor

Adjective from the noun 'flexion'. The muscles which cause flexion of a part are flexor muscles; the surface of a part where those rnuscles are found is sometimes called the flexor surface.
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flexor

adjective from the noun “flexion”. The muscles which cause flexion of a part are flexor muscles; the surface of a part where those muscles are found is sometimes called the flexor surface.
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Flexor

Muscle responsible for closing the angle of a joint
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Flexor

The bending movement of a joint.
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flexor

Type: Term Pronunciation: flek′sŏr Definitions: 1. A muscle the action of which is to flex a joint.
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