Definition of Angulation. Meaning of Angulation. Synonyms of Angulation

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Definition of Angulation

Angulation
Angulation An`gu*la"tion, n. A making angular; angular formation. --Huxley.

Meaning of Angulation from wikipedia

- A bone fracture (abbreviated FRX or Fx, Fx, or #) is a medical condition in which there is a partial or complete break in the continuity of the bone. In...
- confirmed with X-rays. For most fractures with less than 70 degrees of angulation, buddy taping and a tensor bandage resulted in similar outcomes to reduction...
- 'Angulation' is a hybrid cultivar of the genus Aechmea in the Bromeliad family. BSI BCR Entry for 'Angulation' v t e...
- from the body's midline. The opposite deformation, where the twist or angulation is directed medially, toward the center of the body, is called varus....
- distally. The duplicated toes have almost normal growth. The fifth toe has mild varus angulation, and the sixth toe has substantial valgus angulation....
- displacement and dorsal angulation, together with radial tilt Other characteristics: Radial shortening Loss of ulnar inclination≤ Radial angulation of the wrist...
- cl****ification system with respect to treatment planning. Depending on the angulation the tooth might be cl****ified as: Mesioangular Horizontal Vertical Distoangular...
- alignment of the joint surfaces at either interphalangeal joint causing angulation in the plane of the palm. The finger may be slightly bent or have a very...
- for a level topline and straight hindquarters without the slight rear angulation found in American lines. The eyes are round and dark, which is in contrast...
- I Non-displaced II Angulated with intact posterior cortex IIA Angulation IIB Angulation with rotation III Complete displacement but have perisosteal (medial/lateral)...
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