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Synonyms for hindlimb

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


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2004), and any vascular involvement or damage to the hindlimb would have negative implications for tests of motor function.
Only measurements of limbs showed high coefficients for PC3, indicating that variation in neither forelimb length nor hindlimb length contributes substantially to variation in the shape of the body.
In July 2011 he developed acute hindlimb lameness, which was attributed to severe lumbosacral spondylosis and progressive degenerative joint disease (DJD).
By comparing the cheetah's muscles with those of a domestic cat and dog, the team identified the special propulsion power of its hindlimb muscles, the BBC reported.
Hindlimb deformities (ectromelia, ectrodactyly) in free-living anurans from agricultural habitats.
7) If used at an excessive dose, NMBAs used in birds as mydriatic agents can have systemic adverse effects, represented by eyelid, neck, and hindlimb muscle paralysis, and possible death.
Designed for quick access, material is arranged in chapters on functional anatomy, diagnosis, assessment, imaging, and common conditions of the foot, forelimb, hindlimb, and axial skeleton.
A weight-lifting exercise model for inducing hypertrophy in the hindlimb muscles of rats.
Its function is to control early development in the forelimbs and later hindlimb development.
The hindlimb hemiparesis induced by unilateral motor cortex lesion shows complete recovery at 10 days with least variability among rats after infarction (4,5).
The use of hemopoietic stem cells derived from human umbilical cord blood to promote restoration of spinal cord tissue and recovery of hindlimb function in adult rats.
Nitric oxide maintains dilation of immature and mature collaterals in rat hindlimb.
Work and power output in the hindlimb muscles of Cuban tree frogs Osteopilus septentionalis during jumping.
finneyi's legs are relatively longer than those of any known bats, and the ratio of its forelimb length to its hindlimb length approaches that of nonflying arboreal mammals such as sloths and lemurs.