A red dab over the sternum, and on each arm in front of the deltoid.
(1-2 inches) long; leaves narrowly ovate to deltoid, 2.5-6 cm.
He told her what Sopley had said about his deltoid, Henson about his thigh.
What has become of the other two, the sterno-cleido mastoid and the deltoid?
The portion of this muscle which is next the scapula is covered by the deltoid.
The part of this muscle which arises from the humerus is covered by the deltoid.
The arm is divided into three sections: the deltoid, brachial and carpal.
A single muscle, the deltoid, in this case does most of the work.
Above this groove, and on the external surface, there exists a rough surface which is the impression of the deltoid.
The deltoid impression is very extensive, and descends pretty far down on the body of the bone.