Quadratus (anatomy)

Quadratus (anatomy)

"Quadratus" in anatomy refers to a square or rectangular shape. It may refer to:

*Quadriceps muscle
*Quadratus femoris muscle
*Quadratus lumborum muscle
*Pronator quadratus muscle
*Quadratus plantae muscle
*Quadrate lobe of liver

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