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meant to mirror its etymological ancestor, the Latin proprius, meaning
In the classic or standard description of extensor pollicis long (EPL) muscle in most of the anatomical references, it is considered with the supinator, abductor pollicis longus, extensor pollicis brevis and extensor indicis proprius as the muscles of deep group of dorsal antibrachial muscles of the forearm (Austin, 2005).
AG--Above ulnar groove, BG--Below ulnar groove, AFH--Above fibular head, BFH--Below fibular head, SG--Spiral groove, TA Tibialis anterior, EDB--Extensor digitorum brevis, EIP--Extensor indicis proprius, ADM--Abductor digiti minimi, APB--Abductor pollicis brevis, AH--Abductor hallucis, PF--Popliteal fossa.
5) Innervation to the extensor pollicis longus (EPL), extensor digiti minimi (EDM), extensor pollicis brevis (EPB), and extensor indicis proprius (EIP) follows as the PIN gives off its most distal motor branch on average 11.
An extensor indicis proprius to EPL tendon transfer was then performed to restore extension of the thumb.
quod, quia iustum videbatur et populare erat, paulatim conversum est in adsiduam iurisdictionem: tantusque favor eorum factus est, ut paulatim etiam praetor proprius crearetur, qui fideicommissis ius diceret, quem fideicommissarium appellabant>> (Inst.
solo se encuentra en tres ocasiones frente a numerosas presencias de amare), sin embargo, en palabras de Pichon (57), diligere "interdum, ut proprius eius uocabuli fert sensus, tranquilliorem mentis motum significare uidetur, quam amare .
More generally, to engage in proprioception (from the Latin proprius, "one's own") is to draw back in upon oneself.
This was managed by hardware removal and transfer of the extensor indicis proprius tendon onto the distal part of extensor pollicis tendon.
Est autem alius modus causandi proprius voluntad, quae est domina sui actus, praeter modum qui convenit naturae, quae est determinata ad unum.