Medical Definition of Intertransverse muscles

1. The paired muscles between transverse processes of adjacent vertebrae; there are anterior and posterior muscles in the cervical region; lateral and medial muscles in the lumbar region; and single muscles in the thoracic region. Synonym: musculi intertransversarii, intertransverse muscles. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intertransverse Muscles

intertills
intertissued
intertitle
intertitles
intertrack
intertraffic
intertragic notch
intertranslatability
intertranslation
intertranslations
intertranspicuous
intertransversalis
intertransversarii muscles
intertransverse
intertransverse ligament
intertransverse muscles (current term)
intertrial
intertribal
intertribally
intertriginous
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intertrochanteric
intertrochanteric crest
intertrochanteric line
intertrons
intertroop
intertropical
intertropical anaemia
intertropical hyphemia

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