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bimanual

 [bi-man´u-al]
with both hands.

bi·man·u·al

(bī-man'yū-ăl),
Relating to, or performed by, both hands.
[bi- + L. manus, hand]

bimanual

/bi·man·u·al/ (bi-man´u-al) with both hands; performed by both hands.

bimanual

[bīman′yo̅o̅·əl]
Etymology: L, bis + manus, hand
with both hands.

bimanual

adjective Referring to or having 2 hands.

bimanual

Bimanous adjective Referring to or having 2 hands

bi·man·u·al

(bī-man'yū-ăl)
Relating to, or performed by, both hands.
[bi- + L. manus, hand]

bimanual

Performed using both hands. In a bimanual gynaecological or obstetrical examination, one hand is placed on the abdomen and one or two fingers of the other hand are placed in the vagina.

bi·man·u·al

(bī-man'yū-ăl)
Relating to, or performed by, both hands.
[bi- + L. manus, hand]

bimanual

with both hands.
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Time taken for bimanual coordination was decreased in both groups but less in the yoga group.
El Informante C utiliza en algunas ocasiones un INDEX bimanual simetrico, con configuracion 1+/o-, sobre todo en la identificacion al final de una definicion espontanea.
Jackson GM, Jackson SR, Hindle JV, 2000, The control of bimanual reachto- grasp movements in hemiparkinsonian patients.
While Rollin' Justin's main focus is on safe human-robot interaction, complex whole-body motions, bimanual manipulation and other high-level tasks, the bipedal humanoid TORO was built with the aim of evaluating similar torque-based control concepts also for a legged robot.
In a performance, experienced drummers can perform temporally precise rapid anti-phase bimanual movements, but novices cannot.
The cervical cancer screening tests--Pap smears, liquid-based Paps, and/or human papillomavirus (HPV) testing--should include a vaginal speculum exam while visualizing the cervix and collection of samples, but does not need to include bimanual examination.
The device of processing and plotting bimanual coordination motions was used for performing experimental manipulations and measuring the variables.
They recommend against performing a speculum examination of the vagina and cervix, and a bimanual examination of the adnexa, uterus, ovaries, and bladder.
They recommend against performing a speculum examination of dip vagina and cervix, and a bimanual examination of the adnexa, uterus, ovaries, and bladder.
Stiffening the otherwise paralyzed trunk and hip extensor muscles with continuous electrical stimulation can correct kyphotic seated posture, expand bimanual workspace, improve ventilation, alter interface pressures, statically stabilize the trunk, and improve manual wheelchair propulsion efficiency [1,15-18].
On bimanual examination the cervix was long and closed and the previously described mass that was considered to be the enlarged, cystic, reactive uterus, without cervical motion tenderness or sensitive Douglas.
Those in the former group were asked to return two weeks after mifepristone administration for a clinic visit, during which their abortion status was assessed by interview, bimanual examination and transvaginal ultrasound.