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me·di·o·lat·er·al

(mē'dē-ō-lat'ĕr-ăl),
Relating to the median plane and one side.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

me·di·o·lat·er·al

(mē'dē-ō-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to the median plane and a side.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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The Mean Values and the Ranges of Maximum Tumor Motion (CC-MRI, ML-MRI, AP-MRI) Under Free Breathing Condition in Three (Craniocaudal, Mediolateral, Anteroposterior) Axes in Dynamic MRI [CC.sub.MR](cm) [ML.sub.MR](cm) Mean [+ or -] SD 0.298 [+ or -] 0.065 0.221 [+ or -] 0.054 Minimum 0.11 0.10 Maximum 0.73 0.70 [AP.sub.MR](cm) Mean [+ or -] SD 0.202 [+ or -] 0.034 Minimum 0.10 Maximum 0.50 [CC.sub.MR], tumor motion measured with MRI in the craniocaudal axis.
This study aimed to examine address position variables with respect to changes in the ball position along the mediolateral (M-L) and anteroposterior (A-P) directions.
The vertical (Fz), anteroposterior (Fx), and mediolateral (Fy) components of ground reaction force were assessed from the point of foot contact until the end of balancing time.
Mediolateral episiotomy reduces the risk for anal sphincter injury during operative vaginal delivery.
The fractography assessment of the distal fracture surface revealed a cantilever curl along the posterior surface, bone hackle organized in the anterior to posterior plane, and arrest ridges oriented in the mediolateral plane (Fig.
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Results of craniocaudal and mediolateral radiographs of the right tibiotarsus showed a closed, simple, transverse, diaphyseal fracture of the distal third of the bone, with a craniolateral displacement of the distal fragment (Fig 1).
Displacements of the COP in the mediolateral and anteriorposterior directions were recorded with Netforce (AMTI).
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