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If the obturator is anterior to the lesion on the sagittal plane, the operator would want to obtain most samples with the aperture directed toward the patient's chest wall, or centered at the 12 o'clock position (Figure 8) with samples between the 9 o'clock and 3 o'clock positions (clockwise).
The purpose of this study was first, to propose a wearable system for measurement of lower limb joint angle during gait in the sagittal plane.
Nevertheless, there was no reported difference in the sagittal plane motion between the groups [18].
Angulation of 10[degrees] or greater in the coronal or sagittal plane was defined as malreduction.
The hyperlordotic implants developed for the ALIF ACR procedure are the Company's latest innovative advancement in an effort to improve sagittal plane deformity correction.
2011b) A comparison of the thoracic spine in the sagittal plane between elite cyclists and non-athlete subjects.
Pathophysiological factors in CSM Mechanical Static Congenital canal stenosis Cervical disc prolapse Vertebral osteophyte formation Hypertrophic ossification of PLL Ligamentum flavum hypertrophy Facet/unconvertable hypertrophy Dynamic Repetitive movements Primarily in sagittal plane Poor cord elasticity Ischaemic Compression of larger arteries Decreased pia/medullary flow Venous congestion PLL - posterior longitudinal ligament.
The rod flattening scenario commonly seen with other more flexible rods is improved by the Rail's high flexural rigidity in the sagittal plane, and the race between bone fusion and implant failure is less of a worry with the stronger Rail.
Situs Inversus partial is a congenital developmental anomaly wherein the abdominal organs are reversed or mirrored to the opposite side of the body through the sagittal plane.
One camera was placed to the side of the participant to film his motion in the sagittal plane, and the second camera was placed in front of the participant to film his motion in the frontal plane.
The globes were examined in a sagittal plane as standard described models in both right and left side of the body.
The technique used was as follows: Using a General Electric LogiQ e ultrasound system with a 10-12 mHz linear array probe, the proximal border of the procedure area was defined by visualizing the radiolunate joint with the probe in the anatomical sagittal plane, and drawing a line on the volar forearm skin along the intersection of the anatomic axial plane at the radiolunate joint, with the skin (line PR, Figure 1).