- make ones way by force; "He muscled his way into the office"
- animal tissue consisting predominantly of contractile cells (同)muscular_tissue
- one of the contractile organs of the body (同)musculus
- authority or power or force (especially when used in a coercive way); "the senators used their muscle to get the party leader to resign"
- 〈U〉(動物体の組織としての)『筋肉』,筋(きん);〈C〉(体の各部を動かす)筋肉 / 〈U〉力,(特に)筋力,腕力 / 《俗に》(…に)強引に割り込む《+『in on』(『into, through』)+『名』》
- 筋肉の,筋力のある / 力ずくの
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- Immunohistochemical analysis of laryngeal muscles in normal horses and horses with subclinical recurrent laryngeal neuropathy.
- Rhee HS, Steel CM, Derksen FJ, Robinson NE, Hoh JF.Author information Discipline of Physiology, Bosch Institute, School of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Sydney, Australia.AbstractWe used immunohistochemistry to examine myosin heavy-chain (MyHC)-based fiber-type profiles of the right and left cricoarytenoideus dorsalis (CAD) and arytenoideus transversus (TrA) muscles of six horses without laryngoscopic evidence of recurrent laryngeal neuropathy (RLN). Results showed that CAD and TrA muscles have the same slow, 2a, and 2x fibers as equine limb muscles, but not the faster contracting fibers expressing extraocular and 2B MyHCs found in laryngeal muscles of small mammals. Muscles from three horses showed fiber-type grouping bilaterally in the TrA muscles, but only in the left CAD. Fiber-type grouping suggests that denervation and reinnervation of fibers had occurred, and that these horses had subclinical RLN. There was a virtual elimination of 2x fibers in these muscles, accompanied by a significant increase in the percentage of 2a and slow fibers, and hypertrophy of these fiber types. The results suggest that multiple pathophysiological mechanisms are at work in early RLN, including selective denervation and reinnervation of 2x muscle fibers, corruption of neural impulse traffic that regulates 2x and slow muscle fiber types, and compensatory hypertrophy of remaining fibers. We conclude that horses afflicted with mild RLN are able to remain subclinical by compensatory hypertrophy of surviving muscle fibers.
- The journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry : official journal of the Histochemistry Society.J Histochem Cytochem.2009 Aug;57(8):787-800. doi: 10.1369/jhc.2009.953844. Epub 2009 Apr 27.
- We used immunohistochemistry to examine myosin heavy-chain (MyHC)-based fiber-type profiles of the right and left cricoarytenoideus dorsalis (CAD) and arytenoideus transversus (TrA) muscles of six horses without laryngoscopic evidence of recurrent laryngeal neuropathy (RLN). Results showed that CAD
- PMID 19398607
- Upper airway dysfunction associated with collapse of the apex of the corniculate process of the left arytenoid cartilage during exercise in 15 horses.
- Dart AJ, Dowling BA, Smith CL.Author information Faculty of Veterinary Science, The University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. email@example.comAbstractOBJECTIVE: To report dynamic collapse of the apex of the left corniculate process under the right corniculate process into the airway at the dorsal apposition of the paired arytenoid cartilages during exercise as a cause of upper airway dysfunction in horses.
- Veterinary surgery : VS.Vet Surg.2005 Nov-Dec;34(6):543-7.
- OBJECTIVE: To report dynamic collapse of the apex of the left corniculate process under the right corniculate process into the airway at the dorsal apposition of the paired arytenoid cartilages during exercise as a cause of upper airway dysfunction in horses.DESIGN: Retrospective study.ANIMALS: Fift
- PMID 16343139
- Evidence for laryngeal paralysis in cricoarytenoid joint arthritis.
- Gacek RR, Gacek MR, Montgomery WW.Author information Department of Otolaryngology, SUNY Health Sciences Center, Syracuse, New York 13210, USA.AbstractOBJECTIVE/HYPOTHESIS: To demonstrate denervation atrophy of laryngeal muscles in a case of gout involving the cricoarytenoid joint.
- The Laryngoscope.Laryngoscope.1999 Feb;109(2 Pt 1):279-83.
- OBJECTIVE/HYPOTHESIS: To demonstrate denervation atrophy of laryngeal muscles in a case of gout involving the cricoarytenoid joint.METHODS: The posterior cricoarytenoid (PCA) and arytenoideus (A) muscles from a 72-year-old man with extensive gout were compared with those from a normal adult larynx (
- PMID 10890779
- Effect of hypercapnia and hypoxia on arytenoideus muscle activity in normal adult humans
- 喉頭筋筋線維構成の比較解剖学的研究:3. イヌと霊長類, 筋線維と神経線維
- arytenoid muscle n. 1. A muscle with its origin in the muscular process of the arytenoid cartilage, with insertion to the summit of the arytenoid cartilage of the opposite side and the aryepiglottic fold as far as the epiglottis, with nerve ...
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- arytenoid muscle, arytenoideus, arytenoideus muscle, muscles of arytenoids