anterior-posterior

an·ter·o·pos·te·ri·or

, anterior-posterior (AP, A/P) (an'tĕr-ō-pos-tēr'ē-ŏr)
1. Relating to both front and rear.
2. In x-ray imaging, describing the direction of the beam through the patient from anterior to posterior.

an·ter·o·pos·te·ri·or

, anterior-posterior(AP) (an'tĕr-ō-pos-tēr'ē-ŏr, an-tē'rē-ŏr-pos-tē'rē-ŏr)
1. Relating to both front and rear.
2. In x-ray imaging, describing the direction of the beam through the patient (projection) from anterior to posterior.

anterior-posterior

anterioposterior.
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When the pediatric pads are attached the unit automatically switches to pediatric video showing anterior-posterior pad placement and a child animation.
The suture passes were 7 mm apart in the anterior-posterior plane and centered over each corresponding medial suture anchor.
They found that compared with controls, the individuals with TBI had a more than 50 percent increase in anterior-posterior and lateral sway, which worsened with visual deprivation [11].
The anterior-posterior (Fy) plane forces show similar patterns with a directional change within the forces of both feet as the backswingdown-swing transition occurs and then the associated generation of a couple effect giving hip and shoulder rotation.
Supraglottic hyperfunction, characterized by decreased anterior-posterior distance, was also present.
In cadaveric specimens, lesions that destabilize the superior labrum and biceps lead to increased anterior-posterior and superior-inferior translation.
The screws incorporate an anti-back-out feature that do not lock the screws to the implant and allow up to 39 degrees of medial-lateral and 29 degrees of anterior-posterior angulation post-implantation.
Cok seviyeli, ilerlemis kifoz varliginda stabilizasyonlu posterior yaklasim ve hatta mumkunse anterior-posterior stabilizasyon tercih edilmelidir (20).
Unstable shoes incorporate a rounded sole to increase anterior-posterior instability Masai Barefoot Technology (MBT) has been advocating their use since the 1990s to reduce low back pain.
I have had two patients in whom the suture line has spontaneously opened along the anterior-posterior wall.
These locations ensured that different postures would be easily differentiated using anterior-posterior acceleration data.
The tibial coordinate system was established as a Cartesian coordinate system, in which the medial-lateral axis bisected the anterior-posterior halves of the tibial plateau, perpendicular to the long axis of the tibia (Yamaguchi et al.