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Asymmetries in tibial version and torsion could also explain limb differences in turnout, although we would expect to see this difference on both measurement methods if tibial version and torsion accounts for LE asymmetries in turnout.
Bilateral asymmetries were lower for crosses of lines divergently selected for antibody responses to SRBC than for their parental lines which, like heterosis, reflected their greater biological and developmental stability and fitness (Yang and Siegel, 1998).
Cold War nuclear strategy was similarly meant to establish asymmetries of commitment, even when theorists might not be able to make operational sense of asymmetries of capability, particularly in the theories of Thomas Schelling.
The prosthetist traditionally relies on observational gait analysis to interpret limb kinematics with clinical supposition that kinematic and kinetic asymmetries are associated [9].
In children and adolescents that practice sport at either the recreational or competitive level, the presence of strength asymmetries between the two lower limbs is correlated with a high risk of injury (Hickey et al.
It is difficult to explain the functional importance of CC and whole RCC asymmetries found in G.
Botox injected into the forehead and between the eyes, to smooth out asymmetries.
Small and medium scale enterprises in India; infirmities and asymmetries in industrial clusters.
However, lesions of the cortex in infants lead to the same binocular OKN asymmetries as seen in adults, (33) which in adults has a similar effect on smooth pursuit.
However, even without the use of cephalometric studies, it appears that reliance on direct visual inspection of clinical patients can identify a large number of patients with TMD who have CFA and other body asymmetries.
As a result, a paradox like this generates asymmetries not only in theory, but also in practice.
This is followed by a thorough analysis of the results obtained by the application of our methodologies on all the mammogram pairs for both morphological and anatomical asymmetries.
If the eclipse were to be completely symmetric about the moment of greatest eclipse, all of these asymmetries would be zero.
Petersen and Rajan (1994) also noted that large information asymmetries existed between small firms and "potential public investors," a characterization that may, by implication, be extended to other stakeholders and suggestive that small businesses are not efficient at minimizing information asymmetry.
Low-risk firms (2005 tend to have significantly shorter maturities than other firms, and these maturities tend to increase significantly when informational asymmetries are reduced.