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Em

A unit of length used in printing. An em is one-sixth of an inch. It is also called a pica.
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Extrinsic muscle activation varies with style, but often increases in operatic males and CCM belt with pitch rise.
Lesser toe deformities are caused by alterations in normal anatomy that create an imbalance between the intrinsic and extrinsic muscles. Causes include improper shoe wear, trauma, inflammatory arthritis, and neuromuscular and metabolic diseases.
The intrinsic fibers are delicately merged with extrinsic muscles, modifying shape and position as well as functioning synergistically to constitute an almost unlimited number of physiological deformation [5].
Neuro-muscular transmission in the extrinsic muscles of the eye.
Hand Grip Force is a unit force exerted by fingers of hand on any object with its contact interface.1 Anatomically the main players in this pattern of force exertion are flexor digitorum profundus and flexor digitorum superficial is muscles, along with moderate contributions from intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of hand.2 Maximum Hand Grip Force can be achieved through forceful flexion of all hand digits with their maximum ability to exert voluntary force under normal biokinetic conditions.3
Lesser toe deformities are caused by alterations in normal anatomy, which create an imbalance between the intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the foot.
Extrinsic muscles are commonly used for measuring finger conditions by sEMG sensors [13, 14, 27] because the forearm has enough space to place electrodes for sensing the sEMG signals of superficial muscles.