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internal

adjective absorbed, domestic, domesticus, enclosed, implanted, infixed, ingrained, inmost, innate, inner, innermost, inside, interior, intestinus, private, under the surface, within boundary lines
Associated concepts: internal affairs, Internal Revenue
See also: domestic, household, inherent, interior, intrinsic, subjective
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Pilates exercises activate transversus abdominis (TrA) and obliquus internus abdominis (OI) muscles (Endleman and Critchley 2008), as well as muscles involved in dynamic stability of the spine (Hodges 2003; Henry et al 2006).
5 cm--for me to reach a finger behind the obturator internus muscle after having sharply dissected the suburethral tissue and fascia.
I try to see the muscles in the same way--puborectalis and pubococcygeous as Robyn's hand enters the vagina, ileo and isciococcygeous as I feel it move deeper, obturator internus as it swivels, and piriformis at a deep, deep point--trying to connect the internal responses to the images I have been tracing from an anatomical atlas.
CT examination of the abdomen and pelvis (with oral and IV contrast) demonstrated a large, complex, multiloculated fluid collection involving the left gluteal musculature, left illiacus muscle, left obturator internus muscle, left iliopsoas muscle, and the left iliopsoas bursae (Figures 2A, C and D) In addition, bone windows demonstrated erosive changes in the left sacroiliac joint (Figure 2B).
Endleman I, Critchley DJ (2008) Transversus abdominis and obliquus internus activity during pilates exercises: measurement with ultrasound scanning.
The most commonly targeted areas are the ventral intermediate thalamic nucleus (Vim), the globus pallidus internus (GPi), and the subthalamic nucleus (STN).
Microelectrode-guided implantation of deep brain stimulators into the globus pallidus internus for dystonia: Techniques, electrode locations, and outcomes.
A thrombus in his internal jugular vein (Lemierre's syndrome) and an abscess in his obturator internus were subsequently found.