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- movements permitted in this joint are: (a) flexion and extension around the mediolateral axis, which give rise to the ordinary forward and backward nodding of...
- episiotomy". The authors were unable to find quality studies that compared mediolateral versus midline episiotomy. There are four main types of episiotomy: Medio-lateral:...
- sinistro-dexter Left (sinister) Left-hand side Right (dexter) Right-hand side Mediolateral Medial Centre Lateral Left and right Proximal/distal Proximal Point at...
- The tympanic membrane is oriented obliquely in the anteroposterior, mediolateral, and superoinferior planes. Consequently, its superoposterior end lies...
- strike of the contra-lateral leg. Step width can be described as the mediolateral space between the two feet.(2) Each gait cycle or stride has two phases:...
- fissures, features include epicanthus inversus (fold curving in the mediolateral direction, inferior to the inner canthus), low nasal bridge, ptosis of...
- rupture of these ligaments can be diagnosed by examining the knee's mediolateral (side) stability. Immediately below its origin is the groove for the...
- external nose), position of the superoinferior alar groove, position of the mediolateral nasal dome, and nasal bridge deviation. "The nasal ala projection length...
- Entertainment, Media Conference (GEM), pages 43-50 Postural strategy for mediolateral weight shifting in healthy adult, J Tousignant, C Cherriere, A Pouliot-Laforte...
- flat, anteroposteriorly broad labial surface lacking enamel ridges; mediolateral expansion of caniniform regions of the premaxilla and maxilla relatively...
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