muscularis mus·cu·lar·is (mŭs’kyə-lâr’ĭs)
The muscular coat of a hollow organ or tubular structure.
[muhs-kyuh-ler] /ˈmʌs kyə lər/ adjective 1. of or relating to or the : muscular strain. 2. dependent on or affected by the : muscular strength. 3. having well-developed ; brawny. 4. vigorously and forcefully expressed, executed, performed, etc., as if by the use of a great deal of muscular power: a muscular response to terrorism. […]
- Muscular layer of mucosa
muscular layer of mucosa n. The thin layer of smooth muscle found in most parts of the digestive tube, located outside the lamina propria mucosae and adjacent to the tela submucosa.
- Muscular relaxant
muscular relaxant n. An agent that relaxes striated muscle.
- Muscular system
muscular system n. All the muscles of the body collectively, especially the voluntary skeletal muscles. The system in the body composed of muscle cells and tissues that brings about movement of an organ or body part. There are three kinds of muscle: skeletal muscle, which is attached to bones and allows the voluntary movement of […]