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recti

(rĕk′tī′)
n.
Plural of rectus.
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Deborah said: "Lots of girls don't even know when they may have diastasis recti and go straight back into regular exercise, which doesn't help.
Key words: Diastasis recti, inter recti distance, postpartum.
With a tone that's both authoritative and personable, Bowman explains the issue with admirable clarity, particularly notable since there is no current consensus among researchers regarding what constitutes a diastasis recti.
Doctors say that most cases of diastasis recti do not re quire surgery.
[9] Some authors believe the isolated recession of the lateral recti provides more stable surgical results.
Knapp [12] proposed the transposition of the 2 recti adjacent to the paralyzed muscle to the bilateral insertion of the paralyzed muscle to augment the eye movement in the direction of action of the paralytic muscle.
Zone 1 is the midline defect over the recti on both sides of the midline.
Initially it was believed that pattern strabismus is the manifestation of the dysfunction of horizontal and vertical recti muscles [5, 6].
Vertical displacement of horizontal recti; Symposium on strabismus transactions of the New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology; St Louis: Mosby; 1971.
Mean values of muscle FDG uptake were compared as a whole (superior, inferior, medial, and lateral recti and superior oblique) and separately between both groups.