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v turning the client's limbs over so that the muscle tissue is mobilized and warmed, thus resulting in increased circulation.

rolling

involuntary rolling in animals; an important sign of abdominal pain or of disease of the vestibular apparatus. In the latter it is accompanied by persistent head rotation. Passive rolling is a therapeutic manipulation for the correction of torsion of the uterus in mares and cows. The animal is cast, laid on its back and swung sharply from side to side, sometimes with one hand in the rectum attempting to retard any movement of the fetus. The objective is to rotate the dam's body around an immobilized fetus and uterus.

rolling average
see moving average.
rolling disease
a nervous system disease of mice caused by Mycoplasma neurolyticum.
rolling mean
see moving average.
rolling skin syndrome
see idiopathic hyperesthesia syndrome.

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