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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

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]
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Furthermore, effective connectivity analyses of fMRI data revealed abnormal interaction between SMA and M1 during unimanual and bimanual movements (19).
Data are plotted according to the unilateral exercises (right or left arm) and the bilateral exercises (bimanual), including a trend line to observe the results tendency.
Caption: Figure 1: Residual anterior lens epithelial cell (LEC) removal using a bimanual irrigation/aspiration system during cataract surgery.
Further evidence for the impact of sleep deprivation on GM training comes from studies examining bimanual dexterity in medical residents.
Time and error in executing the task during bimanual coordination test by electronic chronoscope.
Bimanual Fine Motor Function (BFMF): A classification for the upper extremity motor functions (14).
Brown, "Changes in functional coupling patterns during bimanual task performance," Neuroreport, vol.
In bimanual examination, her uterus was normal size, retroverted, right fornix was tender and an ill defined mass about 5 cm was present with restricted mobility.
The procedure consisted of entering the anterior chamber via a 2.8 mm clear cornea incision made temporally with 20 gauge MVR blades, trypan blue capsule staining under air and lens extraction by the bimanual irrigation/aspiration technique.