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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We found a tendency of the ulnar fingers (e.g., ring and small) to be injured in dominant hands of men and of the radial fingers (e.g., thumb and index) in nondominant hands of women.
Pinch with your dominant (upper) hand, and open your nondominant (lower) hand.
We found no significant differences in the mean AKE and PKE angles between the dominant and the nondominant sides (Table 4).
The dominant hand completed 9-HPT faster than the nondominant hand (CMT group: t = −2.060, P = 0.047; control group: t = −5.464, P < 0.001).
(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.
Past history in exclusion included trauma or bone fractures in the nondominant hand; tingling, numbness sensation in the hands.
Take the index finger of your nondominant hand, turn its fingerprint away from you, and stiffen up the finger to resist being pulled.
Faced with such constraints, as well as with the urgent need to improve student outcomes, we owe it to students--especially to those from nondominant groups--to put existing resources to great use now and employ only high-leverage strategies that promote high levels of learning for all.
Twelve lesions were on the dominant VA and three in the nondominant. Reangiography showed that two patients had extension of the dissections from V2 to V3 segment on the day of procedures.
There is some empirical evidence to support that dominant people experience flow more easily, compared with nondominant people.
MAMC is calculated based on the anthropometric measurement of the triceps skinfold (TSF) and mid-arm circumference (MAC) on the nondominant arm.