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6 years) who underwent anterior subcutaneous transposition of the ulnar nerve between 2001 and 2005 were evaluated retrospectively; mean follow-up was 13.
In this study, we retrospectively reviewed long-term alterations in elbow range of motion (ROM) and functional outcomes of patients who underwent anterior subcutaneous transposition of the ulnar nerve for cubital tunnel syndrome.
The complete bilateral transpositions of the maxillary first premolars and canines were revealed (Figure 3) Informed consent was obtained from the patient regarding publication and associated images with regard to the same.
Using the AELPS alphome (Bell Labs) + two more AEPRS transpositions yields a longer seesaw.
A team of international Scientists tested eight Goffin cockatoos (Cacatua goffini), a conspicuously inquisitive and playful species on visible as well as invisible Piagetian object displacements and derivations of spatial transposition, rotation and translocation tasks.
Hundreds of millions of years ago, in a creature perhaps resembling today's sharks, a piece of DNA apparently jumped from its chromosomal home, a movement known as transposition.
Our author notes that on occasion both Etienne and Andre have expanded on the original Greek while Belleau often depends on Ronsard for his transpositions.
THE passage is one of several in King Lear where the Quarto and Folio variants involve transpositions -- here, the order of the words theefe and Iustice.
Transpositions of the element names have been examined exhaustively in previous Word Ways.
Fetishism without transposition is a theoretical position.

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