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Antonyms for distal

situated farthest from point of attachment or origin, as of a limb or bone


directed away from the midline or mesial plane of the body


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Factors affecting functional outcome of displaced intra-articular distal radius fractures.
However, in the second experiment, the subjects were again interviewed about their prior criminal and unethical behaviors but this time, the proximal and distal consequences were reversed from the first experiment.
market for proximal devices has historically been much larger than the market for distal devices and is expected to increase its share in the total market over the forecast period.
038 "hydrophilic coating on the 5, 15 or 35 distal cm, reinforced with steel braid, no pounding out the light at the bend, the gold marker 5 mm from the distal, atraumatic, smooth transition between
The DRUJ is a diarthrodial articulation between the ulnar head and the sigmoid notch of the distal radius.
Both alpha-blockers and calcium channel blockers have shown promise in distal ureteral calculi expulsion.
Palpus with lengths of segments in proportions of 8:26:28:14:15, 3rd segment moderately swollen, a large, round, shallow, sensory pit on distal segment; PR 2.
Coronary angiography showing intraluminal thrombosis in proximal region of left anterior descending coronary artery which was already embolized distal of the artery
7 years) with non-displaced, stable distal radius fractures treated with short cast immobilization after closed reduction.
In addition, for wavelet bands 1-5 and 8-11, the total EMG intensity values for both the distal and IZ electrode locations increased with torque (see Figures 1 and 2), but the mean total EMG intensity values for the IZ electrode location were generally greater than those for the distal location.
High-resolution manometry (HRM) revealed normal cricopharyngeal relaxation and upper esophageal motility but an absence of a distal esophageal peristaltic wave and lack of lower esophageal sphincter (LES) tone (figure).
In some patients with diseases involving the EGJ, the lower esophageal sphincter is degenerated and relaxed, causing dilatation of both the distal esophagus and the EGJ.
In this report, we present a case of distal shunt migration into the abdominal wall at the left midabdomen with subsequent pre-peritoneal CSF pseudocyst formation.