mediolateral


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me·di·o·lat·er·al

(mē'dē-ō-lat'ĕr-ăl),
Relating to the median plane and one side.

mediolateral

/me·dio·lat·er·al/ (me″de-o-lat´er-il) pertaining to the midline and one side.

mediolateral

[mē′dē·ō·lat′ər·əl]
Etymology: L. medius, middle + latus, side
pertaining to the middle and to one side.

me·di·o·lat·er·al

(mē'dē-ō-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to the median plane and a side.
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The purpose of the present study was to determine whether the previously observed mediolateral stabilization strategy is disrupted in individuals who have experienced a stroke.
Subsequently, the total sway path of the CoP, average speed of CoP, the standard deviation of the CoP in anteroposterior and mediolateral axis and the sway area (Tropp and Odenrick, 1988) were calculated.
We hypothesize that LL and LU in the paretic and nonparetic leg will differ with functional walking status and that the asymmetry will be related to knee angle and mediolateral leg angle (angle between vertical and the frontal plane projection of the line connecting the center of masses of the pelvis and foot).
Dependant variables included running speed and lateral movement speed as well as anteroposterior and mediolateral foot positions.
Outcome measures for the accelerometer included activity counts/hour for the vertical, anterior-posterior (AP), and mediolateral (ML) axes.
We calculated the mean trajectory of the COM of the forearm along the mediolateral and craniocaudal axis for each LOD.
The images were not justified properly--ie, there was a black space between the mediolateral oblique images when viewing them side to side (Figure 2).
Mediolateral disc displacement is best identified on coronal oblique imaging.
It was also noted that greater mediolateral forces occurred across each foot when the driver was used in comparison to the irons.
SAN DIEGO -- Regional anesthesia, instrumental delivery, mediolateral episiotomy, and primiparity were each associated with an increased risk of postpartum urinary retention after vaginal delivery in a retrospective study.
PAPI Variable Description Coronal Static Mediolateral balance (standing) Coronal Dynamic Socket abduction/adduction (midstance) Sagittal Static Anteroposterior standing balance Early-Stance Sagittal Dynamic Heel moment (early stance) Late-Stance Sagittal Dynamic Toe moment (terminal stance) PAPI Variable Intended Alignment Change to be Measured Coronal Static Coronal angle, coronal translation Coronal Dynamic Coronal angle, coronal translation Sagittal Static Sagittal angle, sagittal translation Early-Stance Sagittal Dynamic Sagittal angle, sagittal translation Late-Stance Sagittal Dynamic Sagittal angle, sagittal translation Table 2.