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having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations

to make even, smooth, or level

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a level of existence or development

a power tool for smoothing or shaping wood

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cut or remove with or as if with a plane

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travel on the surface of water

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make even or smooth, with or as with a carpenter's plane

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having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another

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The geometry RMSE in the sagittal and coronal planes between observers ranged between 0.
Caption: FIGURE 1: Hippocampus borders were defined from coronal planes (a) with assessing the anterior and posterior limits on the right and left parasagittal sections (b).
Lumbar range of motion in the coronal plane: The lumbar range of motion in the coronal plane was significantly lower under HC than under WOC conditions, both from the top of the swing to impact and from impact to finish (Table 1, bottom panel).
The current gold standard for the assessment of any suspected vascular anomaly of the middle ear is high-resolution contrast-enhanced CT in both the axial and coronal planes.
First, the direction of projection was at an angle of 90[degrees] to the coronal plane, and so the effect of flexion of the knee joint was not taken into account.
Following contrast administration, T1 weighted images were obtained in axial, sagittal and coronal planes.
WE-MPRAGE images in both the transverse and coronal planes
The initial workup and preoperative planning are guided by CT in the axial and coronal planes and by MRI when the latter is not contraindicated, as it was in our patient.
In both T1W & T2W MRI in axial, sagittal, coronal planes were evaluated.
Prosthetists generally evaluate sensations of static and dynamic balance in the sagittal and coronal planes, but there is no definitive or quantifiable method to obtain this essential information.
Duplication may occur in the sagittal (more common) or coronal planes, with the corresponding ipsilateral ureter draining each half of the urinary bladder.
Computed tomography (CT) in both axial and coronal planes identified an expansile soft-tissue-density mass that was confined to the left sphenoid and ethmoid sinuses with foci of calcification that had displaced the globe anterolaterally secondary to the extension of the mass through the medial wall of the orbit (figure 1).
All patients were studied in sagittal and coronal planes with multi-slice; spin-echo (T1 weighted acquisition) and fast scan (T2-weighted images) techniques.
This study extends work done in an earlier study [6] that focused on postures limited to the sagittal plane by testing the model for a range of postures in both the sagittal and coronal planes.