of a person, having personal rights or liberty; not enslaved or confined. Of property, not subject to payment of rent or performance of services (freehold) or not subject to any burden or charge, such as a mortgage or lien (unencumbered ).
There was a range of 2.5% to 21.6% of the screws for lateral breach and 1.7% to 13.2% of the screws for medial breach, with the majority falling below 5% of the screws.22,23 Increasing number of centres are now shifting towards robotic surgery and several studies comparing freehand conventional techniques for pedicle screw fixation robot-assisted (RA) have been published, but with equivocal results.
To facilitate a direct comparison of the precision and accuracy among phantoms, calibrations of all phantoms were based on 40 point targets using the same freehand 3D ultrasound system [4, 19] with depth and frequency settings of 90 mm and 4 MHz, respectively.
Three experienced trauma orthopedic surgeons familiar with both techniques, that is, conventional freehand SI screw implantation and the robot-assisted implantation, performed the surgical procedures in equal proportions.
Critique: As informed and informative as it is comprehensive and 'user friendly', ""Layer, Paint and Stitch: Create Textile Art Using Freehand Machine Embroidery And Hand Stitching" is impressively well written, organized and presented, making it an ideal and highly recommended addition to personal and community library Needlecraft instructional reference collections.
Published by Routledge Press, "Drawing from Practice" explores and illuminates the ways architects use freehand drawing by featuring drawings and architecture from every generation practicing today, including six North Carolina architects: Frank Harmon, Phil Freelon, Ellen Cassilly, Chad Everhart, Matt Griffith, and Erin Sterling Lewis.