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Forced lordosis on t thoracolumbar junction can correct coronal plane deformity in adolescents with double major curve pattern idiopathic scoliosis.
Spin echo fat-saturated T1 sequences were repeated on the axial and coronal planes followed by intravenous administration of gadolinium (0.
The reliability of the measurement process was evaluated using the following measures: total volume, cast geometry in the sagittal and coronal planes, and the area of the serial transverse sections.
For each subject while measuring from coronal planes, the anterior and posterior limits of each hippocampus were assessed on the right and left parasagittal sections (Figure 1).
The brace that we have designed for our patients seems to be more practical due to its increased comfort and fit by using strip bands and additional extended power to prevent any movement in both the sagittal and coronal planes.
A case study of a golfer with LBP showed that decreasing the amount of spinal motion in the axial, sagittal, and coronal planes during golf swings can reduce compressive and torsional loads on the lumbar spine, thus reducing LBP.
Both Spin Echo and TSE sequences with T1 and T2 W images in axial, sagittal and coronal planes were done and were compared with post Gadopentolate dimelglumine (GD-DTP) T1 images in axial, sagittal and coronal planes.
Although there has been limited report on the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the diagnosis of FIF probably due to the rarity of the entity, MRI, which has major advantages of allowing imaging in the saggital and coronal planes and capability to identify insufficiently calcified vertebrae and vertebral axis (7) seems to be the ideal technique for demonstrating the wide range of tissue within such lesion.
Advances in multidetector CT, including increased resolution and utilization of isotropic voxels, coupled with the ability to view studies in the sagittal and coronal planes have added another dimension to the diagnosis of congenital anomalies of the pancreas.
Obscured by the historical vision of carpal kinematics of the wrist moving through sagittal and coronal planes, exercises of this joint have primarily focused on rehabilitation in the orthogonal moments of flexion-extension and radioulnar deviation.
High-resolution computed tomography (CT) of the temporal bones in both the axial and coronal planes with 2-mm cuts was performed.
We set the femoral reference coordinates, which were defined by the mechanical axis of the femur in the sagittal and coronal planes, as described by Seo et al .