fascicle


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This problem of cross-referencing is further complicated by a high level of syntactic complexity that is certainly meant to convey the layered richness of Dickinson's fascicle style, but runs the risk of creating a verbal surface too densely packed for readers to penetrate easily.
Both CR and US studies showed reduction in the thickness of the muscular fascicles, and their almost parallel positioning relative to the longitudinal axis of the tibia.
Pennation angle was determined as the angle between the fascicle line of action and the deep aponeurosis.
2009) reported non-significant changes in fascicle length and pennation angle of BF after 8 weeks of eccentric training in healthy individuals.
Socarides suggests that poems within a fascicle offer reiterated expressions of grief--refusing the elegy's conventional forms of closure--in order to perform the limitlessness of mourning.
On exploratory surgery, a large segment of the right ulnar nerve was replaced with necrotic tissue (Figures 2a and 2b) and no nerve fascicles were discernible even under an operating microscope.
Due to their fascicle obliquity, they are also less able to resist anterior sagittal rotation than multifidus (Macintosh and Bogduk 1991).
41) Another clinical study reported an "arthroscopic impingement test" which, in each of 21 cases, revealed contact between the distal fascicle of the anterior inferior tibiofibular ligament and the dome of the talus throughout the ankle's full range of motion.
Techniques are available to selectively activate individual fascicles or groups within a nerve and to mathematically represent the neural behavior in response to stimulation [19-21].
Microscopically, the tumors are composed of pleomorphic and hyperchromatic spindle-shaped cells arranged in an interdigitating fascicle.