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ax·i·al

(ak'sē-ăl),
1. Relating to an axis. Synonym(s): axialis [TA], axile
2. Relating to or situated in the central part of the body, in the head and trunk as distinguished from the limbs, for example, axial skeleton.
3. In dentistry, relating to or parallel with the long axis of a tooth.
4. In radiology, an axial image is one obtained by rotating around the axis of the body, producing a transverse planar image, that is, a section transverse to the axis.

axial

/ax·i·al/ (ak´se-al) of or pertaining to the axis of a structure or part.

axial (A)

[ak′sē·əl]
Etymology: Gk, axon, axle
1 pertaining to or situated on the axis of a body structure or part.
2 (in dentistry) relating to the long axis of a tooth.

axial

Imaging
adjective An MRI term referring to a plane, slice or section made by cutting the body or part of it at right angles to the long axis; if the body or part is upright, the cut is parallel to the horizon.

ax·i·al

(ak'sē-ăl) [TA]
1. Relating to an axis.
Synonym(s): axialis, axile.
2. Relating to or situated in the central part of the body, in the head and trunk as distinguished from the limbs, e.g., axial skeleton.
3. dentistry Relating to or parallel with the long axis of a tooth.
[L. axis, axle, + -al, adj. suffix]

Axial

A straight line passing through a spherical body between its two poles and about which the body may revolve.

ax·i·al

(ak'sē-ăl) [TA]
1. In dentistry, relating to or parallel with the long axis of a tooth.
2. In radiology, an axial image is one obtained by rotating around the axis of the body, producing a transverse planar image, i.e., a section transverse to the axis.
3. Relating to an axis.
4. Relating to or situated in the central part of the body, in the head and trunk as distinguished from the limbs, e.g., axial skeleton.
[L. axis, axle, + -al, adj. suffix]

axial

1. pertaining to or deriving from an axis.
2. pertaining to or deriving from the axis bone of the vertebral column. See also axis.

axial rotation
in chiropractic terms, the rotation of the vertebral column around the horizontal axis (Z-axis).
axial skeleton
the skeleton of the head and trunk.
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Therefore, this study compared the effects of the dominance of 3-D kinematic changes on the lumbar spine and hip joints from the axis of the core spine in nondisabled participants during axial rotation activities while standing.
The 3-D planes included the anterior-posterior (frontal), mediolateral (sagittal), and vertical (transverse) axes from the core spine axis and were calculated during trunk axial rotation.
The center of axial rotation of the spine in previous studies has shown conflicting results, placing the center anywhere from posterior to the spinous process to anterior to the vertebral body to as far lateral as the tip of the transverse process.
This can be described as a contribution of two terms: the first one due to Earth axial rotation (S = C[omega]) and the second term due to the Moon orbital rotation (L).
001) was found between scapular retraction and humeral axial rotation with respect to thorax.
By 12 months, both axial rotation and flexion-extension motion were significantly lower than the intact spine (p<0.
This flow splitting combines with axial rotation of the stream, thus ensuring continuous transfer of material back and forth between the wall and the center of the stream.
Scoliosis is a three dimensional (3D) skeletal deformity of the spine consisting of a combination of axial rotation and lateral curvature that measures 10deg or greater in the coronal plane [1].
The other axis is axial rotation, parallel with the length of the pipe.
The peculiarity of handling of large capacity parts with an uncertain rotation axis: bandages rotating cement kilns (BRCK), dryers, drums, mills pins, shafts when being mounted on the rollers and others is the absence of the basis of the axial rotation of components [1, 2, 3].
In Chapter Four, he considers the application of the categories of modality to nature through an analysis of the difference between rectilinear and orbital motions, on the one hand, and axial rotation on the other.