(redirected from sagittal planes)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Related to sagittal planes: coronal plane, transverse plane
See: degree, in toto
References in periodicals archive ?
In cases of lesion non-visualization, delayed postcontrast images should be obtained in both the axial and sagittal planes.
In light of prior findings on passive ankle stretching [20-23] as well as our experience in upper-limb rehabilitation in stroke [26-33], we hypothesized that after 6 wk of anklebot training, the paretic PAS would change in the trained sagittal plane, i.
Lumbar range of motion in the sagittal plane: Between the top of the swing and impact, and between impact and finish, the lumbar range of motion in the sagittal plane was significantly decreased in the HC relative to the WOC and the SC condition, by 6% and 32%, respectively (p < 0.
The sequence included T1- and T2-weighted turbo spin echo (TSE) images in the fat-suppressed Short Tau Inversion Recovery (STIR) sequence in the axial, coronal, and sagittal planes.
Balance Bubble was also a game based on postural movement in both the frontal and sagittal planes.
1986; Rivera and Appledoorn, 2000) or exposed sagittal planes (Massuti et al.
The optimized combination of QRS-vector indicators for discrimination between healthy controls and patients with anterior STEMI includes amplitude of the maximal vector in the frontal and sagittal planes, angle a of the maximal vector in the sagittal plane and the area of the loop in the frontal plane.
Of 26 parous women with unexplained pelvic pain, 20 (77%) demonstrated levator ani defects when subjected to T2-weighted, fast spin-echo and MRI in the axial and sagittal planes, he reported at the annual meeting of the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons.
This is a significant progress because in functional imaging studies, such as fMRI, both the horizontal and sagittal planes of sections are often the preferred planes given that multiple functionally active regions can be visualized simultaneously in a single horizontal or sagittal section.
We could reject the null hypothesis that individuals with transtibial prostheses would not perceive prosthetic malalignment and would not be able to communicate the nature of the malalignment in the coronal and sagittal planes using the PAPI.
With MPR, you look at findings in the axial, coronal, and sagittal planes.