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Adduce

To present, offer, bring forward, or introduce.

For example, a bill of particulars that lists each of the plaintiff's demands may recite that it contains all the evidence to be adduced at trial.

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It has been suggested that the frontal plane lower limb alignment is highly associated with the magnitude of external knee adduction moment in walking (Barrios et al., 2009; Barrios and Strotman, 2014; Hurwitz et al., 2002; Messier et al., 2014; Stief et al., 2011; Turcot et al., 2013).
Maximal isometric hip abduction (IHAB), maximal isometric hip adduction (IHAD), maximal eccentric hip abduction (EHAB), maximal eccentric hip adduction (EHAD), and maximal IHAD/IHAB and EHAD/EHAB ratios were included in our primary outcome measurements for hip muscle strength.
It should be highlighted that the correlation coefficients of elbow flexion during shoulder abduction and shoulder adduction during elbow extension were above 85% (Figure 4).
Bimedial rectus recession in TAO resulted in an increase of abduction while decreasing adduction. This held true for bimedial recession with or without tendon elongation.
In patients 10-20 kg, localization of the target anatomical structures using ultrasound on "point C" failed in 13% of patients in adduction and 0% in abduction; it was poor in 41% of patients in adduction and in 43% in abduction; and was successful in 46% of patients in adduction and 56% in abduction.
The inter ICC indexes result different from zero and thus statistically significant, exception made for those referring to the horizontal adduction movement for times 2 and 3 (p=0.06 and p=0.08, respectively).
The participants received the same instructions and completed an identical test, including the adduction test, as in Phase 4.
However, shoulder adduction was observed at a higher amplitude after exercise was conducted on an UP versus on a SP (P=0.005).
Traction of lateral cricoarytenoid muscle for unilateral vocal fold paralysis: Comparison with Isshiki' s original technique of arytenoid adduction. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2005;114:132-8.
Whereas each of these physiological parameters (adduction of the posterior glottis and vocal registers) is well researched and understood individually, little is known about their relation to each other.
Before resorption (at t=0), at Lateral side, the values of the maximum principal streses range from--119 Pa to 424 Pa with maximum value of 424 Pa during adduction. At Medial side, the range is from -2150 Pa to 1180 Pa with numerically maximum of 2150 Pa occurs during single legged stance.