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the precise measurement of angles

the act of making angulate (having corners)

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For instance, Yung and colleagues (4) reported that one patient had a pronation and supination loss, and six patients had residual radial or ulna angulation.
Although clinical examination is important to determine the depth of impaction, angulation, adjacent bone density and amount, proximity to vital structures and extent of surgery; radiographs are the gold standard for most of these investigations.
Angulation and Percentage Angulation Patients Number Percentage 5 degrees or less 19 63.
Intraoral radiographic examination revealed that the root of maxillary left central incisor was bent distally at an angulation more than 45 to the crown portion, and well-defined periapical radiolucency was seen at the root apex [Figure 2].
The radiographs were blinded as to projection angulation and evaluated on a Lenovo Thinkvision 21-inch monitor (Lenovo, Morrisville, NC, USA).
As expected, the changes in the anterior level have influenced the data to the posterior translation and angulation, their values rising.
The aim of this research was to investigate the immunohistochemical expression of collagen type I in unaltered and osteoarthritic menisci of human knee joint, to determine the differences in the expression among the three parts of the meniscus (anterior horn, body, posterior horn) as well as to establish the connections of expression with the gender, age, body mass index (BMI), preoperative contracture, angulation of the knee joint and the condition of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).
The complicated cases showed tendency for increased apex anterior angulation of femoral neck on hip lateral images and the result was statistically significant.
Common technique errors seen with film holders include receptor placement, vertical angulation, horizontal angulation and cone centering.
sup][1] Risk factors for SF include excessive tortuosity, angulation, bifurcation lesion or change in angulation following stent implantation of coronary vessels.
According to company officials, the Aranax system "represents the latest generation" of anterior cervical fixation with an enhanced locking mechanism, low-profile features, increased screw angulation and intuitive instrumentation.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 23, 2015-Lombard Medical treats first patient with aortic neck angulation with its Aorfix Endovascular Stent Graft in Girona, Spain
Manual muscle testing indicated very mild left upper extremity flexor angulation and lower extremity extensor angulation.
While bunions may look like nothing more than a bony bump on the side of the big toe, they usually involve an angulation deformity between the first and second metatarsal bones (the bones that run from the base of your toes to the middle of your foot) as well.