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Synonyms for angulate

make or become angular

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having angles or an angular shape

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By this time, all the patients had full-unrestricted activity; 24 patients out of 30 had limb length shortening of less than 10 mm at 24 weeks followup, while 5 patients had limb length discrepancy of 12 mm and one had more than 20 mm; 19 patients had angulations of five degrees or less, while 10 patients had angulations between 5 to 10 degrees and 1 patient had angulations of more than 10 degrees at 24 weeks followup.
The radiographs were blinded as to projection angulation and evaluated on a Lenovo Thinkvision 21-inch monitor (Lenovo, Morrisville, NC, USA).
The results of our study show that mesioangular impactions were the most common, followed by vertical, distoangular and horizontal angulations.
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.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 23, 2015-Lombard Medical treats first patient with aortic neck angulation with its Aorfix Endovascular Stent Graft in Girona, Spain
The samples were divided into three groups: those with ear angulation less than that of the nose, those with both angulations almost equal, and those with angulation of the ear more than that of nose.
Evaluating translations and angulations for each level separately, we observed most translations and angulations occur at L4-L5 level with 65% at both.
The Verte-Span also offers large spiked endplates with optional angulations to reduce subsidence and cage migration.
When modifications of the toe or heel angle are experimentally induced in live horses or in isolated limbs, corresponding modifications occurs on distal joint angulations and on tension of the flexor tendons and suspensory apparatus (DENOIX, 1994; RIEMERSMA et al.
width and initial angulations of the lower third molar have a significant role of their own in the impaction and eruption of the tooth.
Direct pressure was applied on the distal fragment to correct the dorsal angulations.
The house pledged to continue to make concerted struggle to establish an angulations society based upon social justice and equality and dignity of labour in the society and elimination of feudalism and follow the footsteps of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) to fight for the rights of down trodden and load an exemplary simple life.
This new shearing machine has ledger blade with different angulations and geometry, thus offering higher speed on cylinder with more precision.