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The current gold standard for the assessment of any suspected vascular anomaly of the middle ear is high-resolution contrast-enhanced CT in both the axial and coronal planes.
The hypothesis of this article was that the individuals with transtibial prostheses could perceive and communicate the nature of socket alignment in the sagittal and coronal planes.
Lumbar range of motion in the sagittal, axial, and coronal planes from the top position to the finish: Ranges of motion were calculated in the sagittal (flex-extension), axial (rotation) and coronal (tilt) planes.
In these cases, spinal osteotomies must be performed to restore balance in both the sagittal and the coronal planes.
Multiplanar and surface-rendered images were obtained in the midsagittal, axial, and coronal planes to precisely delineate the ventral curvature of the penis (Figure 2).
WE-MPRAGE images in both the transverse and coronal planes
This study extends work done in an earlier study [6] that focused on postures limited to the sagittal plane by testing the model for a range of postures in both the sagittal and coronal planes.