proximal and distal

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  • He finds both proximal and distal ends of his fingers concerned. Cited from Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1, by Various
  • After the necessary exposure, some variety of clamp is usually used on both the proximal and distal end of the segment.
  • Its proximal and distal parts are connected inside by a thread and two one-sided clamps.
  • The currently lost specimen was poorly preserved with much of the proximal and distal ends missing.
  • Barrier systems are attached to the land at both the proximal and distal end and are generally widest at the down-drift end.
  • It lacks the proximal and distal ends, and possesses a very prominent ridge along it.
  • The left radius is damaged at its proximal and distal ends.
  • By the age of 70, these losses occur in both proximal and distal muscles.
  • Each "direction symbol" indicates the orientation of a line between the proximal and distal points of a body part or a limb.
  • It will be noted that the fragments are lodged in both the proximal and distal segments of the track. Cited from Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900, by George Henry Makins
  • In such organisms, only terms such as superficial and deep, or sometimes proximal and distal, are usefully descriptive.
  • The motor neglect is concerns all proximal and distal movements, involving both the upper and lower limb in automatic gestures.
  • Payne and her colleagues did not distinguish between proximal and distal antecedents.
  • Personal pronouns exist for the first and second person, while the old demonstrative pronouns have come to form third person (proximal and distal) pronouns.
  • In this abnormality, the proximal and distal ends of the bone are adjacent to one another forming the base of a triangle.
  • As in other vertebrates, the terms proximal and distal are used to describe parts of a feature that are respectively close to or distant from the main mass of the body, or some other point of reference.
  • Dogma in vascular bypass technique says to obtain proximal and distal control.
  • Traditional gastroscopes can generally visualize the proximal and distal duodenum in the hands of experienced endoscopists but are limited due to the length of the instrument.
  • The device consisted of closely fitting proximal and distal Egyptian leather rings connected by four wooden rods from a cornel tree.
  • Hence any input is partitioned between the nodes at the proximal and distal boundaries of the segment.
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