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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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Cranial base angulation as determinant of malocclusion: a review (FU).
Regardless of the malocclusion classification, prevalence or priority treatment, Class III patients can present different facials features that will be correlated with cephalometric aspects, one of them is the occlusal plane (OP) angulation [12].
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 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).
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 23, 2015-Lombard Medical treats first patient with aortic neck angulation with its Aorfix Endovascular Stent Graft in Girona, Spain
For vertical/horizontal measurement of the face and identification of ear angulation, neoclassical canons were also used.
Evaluating translations and angulations for each level separately, we observed most translations and angulations occur at L4-L5 level with 65% at both.
Although the construct used in this experiment to compare the two deep digital flexor tenotomy techniques has provided valuable estimations regarding the quantitative differences of distal joint angulations between both techniques, the study is not exempt from limitations.
These include deficient space in the dental arch,6 unfavourable angulations and aberrant path of eruption, density of overlying soft and hard tissues, and the late eruption sequence.4 Mesiodistal width of the third molar may also play a role in the tendency for impactions.7
Direct pressure was applied on the distal fragment to correct the dorsal angulations. Above elbow complete cast was applied with wrist in slight palmer flexion and ulnar deviation.
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.
The use of water to aid colonoscope insertion avoids colon elongation, minimizes angulations. helps identify the lumen, and provides a clear view of the colon, explained Dr.