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movement

(Activity), noun campaign, cause, mass movement, motion, operation, principle, series of actions directed towards a particular end, undertaking

movement

(Progress), noun action, agitation, circulation, course, denomination, effort, great cause, interest, issue, measure, outflow, performance, removal, shift, step, stir, stride, transition, transmittal, traveling

movement

(Shipment), noun cartage, conveyance, transit, transportation
See also: activity, band, campaign, circulation, course, denomination, dispatch, operation, outflow, progress, transition, transmittal
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She requires 24-hour care, meaning many of the facility's staff would have had access to her room, and is incapable of communication or voluntary movement. Since the birth, Hacienda has adopted a policy requiring female employees to accompany male employees to female patients' rooms, most likely mandated by the Arizona Department of Health Services, which said in a statement that it has implemented "heightened safety measures" that include "increased staff presence during patient interactions" as well as increased surveillance of patient care locations.
This includes feelings of sensations and voluntary movement in the lower extremities and sphincters.
MFDs are six severe disabilities commonly attributed to CALD and thought to have the most profound impact on a patient's ability to function independently: loss of ability to communicate, cortical blindness, need for tube feeding, total incontinence, wheelchair dependence, and complete loss of voluntary movement. An additional 12 patients have received Lenti-D in the Phase 2/3 Starbeam study.
The cortico-basal ganglia-thalamo-cortical loop, especially the "motor loop" proposed by DeLong and coworkers, has been considered a model of basal ganglia function for voluntary movement. Based on this model, Nambu and coworkers proposed the importance of the cortico-subthalamo-pallidal "hyperdirect pathway" for the execution of voluntary movement (Fig.
Under the revised guidelines, PTD disabilities include complete loss of sight of both eyes; loss of two limbs at or above the ankle or wrist; permanent complete paralysis of two limbs that results in total loss of voluntary movement of legs or arms; and brain injury that lead to incurable imbecility, insanity, or physical incapacitation.
IRELAND-based project delivery company the PM Group has signed up as the 200th supporter of The 30% Club, a voluntary movement committed to better gender balance at all levels of business.
* Function of joints and bones (mobility of the cervical joints, mobility of the shoulder joint, mobility of the wrist joints, mobility of the joints of the hands, mobility of the joints of the feet, mobility of the hip joints, control of voluntary cervical movements, control of voluntary movement of the hand, control of the voluntary movement of the arm, control of the voluntary movement of the lower limbs, control of the right side movement, mobility of the bones of the shoulder, mobility of the bones of the pelvis, mobility of the carpal bones, mobility of the shoulder blade bones, mobility of the tarsal bones and general control of the joints);
With alarming quickness, the metastatic melanoma in Lipska's brain attacked her frontal lobe, the area of the brain responsible for behavior, personality, learning and voluntary movement. She began to transform into a distant stranger, experiencing symptoms that mimicked dementia and schizophrenia.
In 1963, he was diagnosed by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a form of motor neuron disease that attacks the nerves controlling voluntary movement.
Rather, its detecting and then decoding brain activity that can occur about two seconds before a voluntary movement.
In addition, his involuntary movement was exacerbated before he initiated a voluntary movement. In daily life, he required a trunk belt to sit on a chair, and he could not stand without the support for his weight with both hands.
And while he's clinically tetraplegic at C4 level, meaning he can neither feel nor control any stimulus or voluntary movement below his shoulders, he uses a specialist wheelchair which has a joystick below his chin so he can get around without help.

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