Medical Definition of Caput profundum musculi flexoris pollicis brevis

1. The head of short flexor of the thumb that arises from the trapezoid and capitate bones and transverse carpal ligaments. It is innervated by the deep ulner nerve, and considered by many to be the first palmar interosseous muscle. Synonym: caput profundum musculi flexoris pollicis brevis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caput Profundum Musculi Flexoris Pollicis Brevis

caput mandibulae
caput mediale
caput mediale musculi gastrocnemii
caput mediale musculi tricipitis brachii
caput medusae
caput mortuum
caput nuclei caudati
caput obliquum
caput obliquum musculi adductoris hallucis
caput obliquum musculi adductoris pollicis
caput ossis femoris
caput ossis metacarpalis
caput ossis metatarsalis
caput pancreatis
caput phalangis
caput profundum musculi flexoris pollicis brevis (current term)
caput quadratum
caput radiale
caput radii
caput stapedis
caput succedaneum
caput superficiale musculi flexoris pollicis brevis
caput tali
caput transversum
caput transversum musculi adductoris hallucis
caput transversum musculi adductoris pollicis
caput ulnae
caput ulnare
caput ulnare musculi flexoris carpi ulnaris
caput ulnare musculi pronatoris teretis

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