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having or showing a tendency or likelihood

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having a tendency (to)

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lying face downward

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Of particular note, those who reported that their social norms supported placing the infant in the prone position were much more likely to do so, compared with those who felt that their social norms supported using only the supine position (aOR, 11.
CONCLUSION: The combination of acupuncture and adjustments consisting of prone traction and prone knee flexion in this study was effective for the treatment of knee osteoarthritis.
Reader Elsie Eva pointed out to me that I probably made one last week when I said I watched TV in a prone position.
The launch of our Affirm prone biopsy system is the most significant advancement in prone biopsy technology since we introduced the first system more than 20 years ago.
Diagnostic products company Hologic (NasdaqGS:HOLX) on Thursday reported the commercial availability of the Affirm prone biopsy system following the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance.
The process of developing a commercial-grade, motorized, prone mobility cart began with the basic prone cart design commonly used in hospitals nationwide.
Mohammed Saad al-Mubarak (kneeling 371, prone 387, standing 367) 1125 & 422 (final); 2.
Narang won a bronze in the 50m rifle prone and although the desire to compete in the 10m Air Rifle event at the Rio Olympics still burns inside him, the ace shooter is enjoying his new- found love for 50m rifle prone.
But when you get an injury like Darron Gibson where one is an accident in an international game where he ruptured his cruciate ligament, that is nothing to do with being injury prone, it was down to a collision.
Grossarth-Maticek and Eysenck (1990) developed a questionnaire that assesses four health personality types, that is, cancer prone, coronary heart disease prone, healthy, and mixed (i.
He said 30 disaster prone districts have already been identified to establish proper mechanism to promptly meet any emergency.
Educate parents about the value of supervised prone positioning ("tummy time") during waking hours, which helps infants learn to raise their head, push up on their arms, and attain on-time milestones such as rolling over and unsupported sitting.
The prone position is commonly used in lumbar spine surgery.
Is the supine position superior to the prone position for percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL)?