hind limb


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a posterior appendage such as a leg or the homologous structure in other animals

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1) and a cow had right unilateral hind limb affected while other cow had left hind limb affected.
Physiotherapy treatment commenced immediately, which included using a muscle stimulator to activate the hind limb muscles.
This primary role for the spinal cord lesion is further supported by the tendency of forelimbs and hind limbs to be affected bilaterally because muscle involvement might be expected to lead to more randomly distributed lesions.
grafted on the hind limb of the corresponding dogs of group B
However, the non- significant differences observed in the NCV of right and left sciatic nerves of Uromastix and Rabbit (Table 1), indicate non-preference in the use of right or left hind limb in the two animals during crawling or hopping movements, respectively.
The nine-year-old, trained by richard Lee and the ante-post selection of Pricewise, was doing routine work when suffering a high hind limb injury, the full extent of which is not yet known.
Symptoms of hip dysplasia include hind limb weakness, stiffness after exercise, general reluctance to exercise, abnormal gait - bunny hopping and reluctance to climb or jump.
This position alone will help to strengthen and promote hip and hind limb extension.
In the study to be presented, which follows on from a series of successful earlier pre-clinical efficacy studies undertaken by the Bristol team, ReNeuron's lead CTX stem cell line was tested in a recognised diabetic mouse model of hind limb ischemia.
We investigated the protective effects of magnolol, an active antioxidant and free radical scavenger extracted from Magnolia officinalis, in a hind limb ischemic-reperfusion animal model.
The venom, delivered by a spur in the hind limb, is not powerful enough to kill a human, but can immobilize smaller animals and can cause enough pain to allow the platypus to escape an unwanted encounter with such predators as cougars or huskies.
One animal had a third hind limb and was submitted for analysis for trematodes, a possible cause of extra hindlimbs, but showed no signs of trematodes at the limb base at the time of necropsy (Sessions and Ruth 1990).
ACHRONIC Degenerative Radiculomyelopathy is thought by many vets to be the most common cause of progressive hind limb problems in older German shepherds.