bitrochanteric

bitrochanteric

 [bi-tro″kan-ter´ik]
pertaining to both trochanters on one femur or to both greater trochanters.

bi·tro·chan·ter·ic

(bī'trō-kan-ter'ik),
Relating to two trochanters, either to the two trochanters of one femur or to both greater trochanters.

bitrochanteric

/bi·tro·chan·ter·ic/ (bi″-tro-kan-ter´ik) pertaining to both trochanters on one femur or to both greater trochanters.

bi·tro·chan·ter·ic

(bī'trō-kan-ter'ik)
Relating to two trochanters, either to the two trochanters of one femur or to both greater trochanters.

bitrochanteric

pertaining to both trochanters on one femur or to both greater trochanters.
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In the SLDL start position the barbell is on the floor, the feet are spread to approximately bitrochanteric width, knees are slightly flexed, shoulders are in a neutral position, scapula adducted, and hands are holding the bar with an alternating grip at approximately biacromial breadth.
Before the t test, equality of the group variances was calculated by F test and it was observed that the hypothesis on equality of group variances was supported except for bitrochanteric diameter variable.
When the Table 6 is examined, it can be said that there is a statistically significant difference between the biacromical and bitrochanteric diameters.
According to the diameter measures of the subject; significant differences between the two branches is found in biacromical diameter, bitrochanteric diameter and femoral epicondular diameter (p<0.
These models were based on the anthropometry of a person with a 36 cm bitrochanteric breadth and 11 cm ischial spacing.
These included thigh length, leg length, upper arm length, forearm length, bi-iliocristal diameter, bitrochanteric diameter, transverse chest diameter, chest depth, biacromial diameter, head length, head breadth, chest circumference, upper arm circumference, calf circumference, biocular breadth, bizygomatic breadth, bigonial breadth, upper face height, trunk length, and crown-rump length.