[muhs-kyuh-luh-cher, -choo r] /ˈmʌs kyə lə tʃər, -ˌtʃʊər/
the system of the body or of its parts.
the arrangement of muscles in an organ or part
the total muscular system of an organism
“system of muscles,” 1875, from French musculature, from Latin musculus (see muscle (n.)).
musculature mus·cu·la·ture (mŭs’kyə-lə-chur’)
The arrangement of the muscles in a part or in the body as a whole.
1. a combining form representing muscle, in compound words: musculoskeletal. word-forming element meaning “involving or pertaining to muscles,” from comb. form of Latin musculus “muscle” (see muscle (n.)).
musculoaponeurotic mus·cu·lo·ap·o·neu·rot·ic (mŭs’kyə-lō-āp’ə-nu-rŏt’ĭk, -nyu-) adj. Relating to a muscle and its aponeurosis of origin or insertion.
/ˌmʌskjʊləʊkjuːˈteɪnɪəs/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or supplying the muscles and skin: musculocutaneous nerve musculocutaneous mus·cu·lo·cu·ta·ne·ous (mŭs’kyə-lō-kyōō-tā’nē-əs) adj. Of or supplying the muscle and the skin.
- Musculocutaneous nerve
musculocutaneous nerve n. A nerve that arises from the lateral cord of the brachial plexus, and that passes through the coracobrachial muscle and then downward between the brachial and the biceps muscles, supplying these three muscles and being prolonged as the lateral cutaneous nerve of the forearm.