nondominant


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nondominant

(non?dom'i-nint)
In neurology, that hemisphere of the brain that does not control speech or the preferentially used hand. See: dominance, cerebral
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The dominant hand completed 9-HPT faster than the nondominant hand (CMT group: t = −2.
8) Moreover, the focus of investigation has mostly been on dominant nodules; few studies have addressed the incidence of cancer in nondominant nodules.
This protocol consisted of ten sets of six maximal voluntary eccentric contractions of the nondominant elbow flexors against the lever arm of an isokinetic dynamometer (Con-trex, Switzerland) moving at a constant velocity of 90[degrees]per second.
Promotes leadership, service learning, and mentorship opportunities to a diverse and often nondominant student population; and
This study is particularly important as it fuses mathematics content to affirmation of nondominant cultures.
Strength and fatigability of the dominant and nondominant hip abductors.
A microaggression is defined as a subtle but offensive comment or action directed at a minority or other nondominant group that is often unintentional but reinforces a stereotype.
In the control group, the right and left sides were regarded as the dominant and nondominant sides, respectively, to perform data analysis.
Because PD is regarded as an asymmetric movement disorder, we defined the dominant side as the side with the highest UPDRS score and most affected by clinical symptoms and the nondominant side as the contralateral side.
Following that K communication waveforms are designed through the projection of orthogonal pseudorandom vectors in the nondominant subspace.