intorsion

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intorsion

[in′tȯr·shən]
(biology)
Inward rotation of a structure about a fixed point or axis.
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From 20[degrees] internal rotation to 20[degrees] external rotation, the FVA trended toward increasing linearly, with the measured FVA increasing by about 0.
9] According to Lekamwasam and Lenora [14] external or internal rotation of the leg by 10 degrees from the optimal position results in a decrease or increase in the average BMD, respectively.
initially shows F3 muscle force on flexion, F3+ extension, F3 -abduction, F3 adduction, F4 internal rotation, F4 external rotation, and, at the end of the intervention period, the patient recorded F5 muscle force on flexion, F5 extension, F5--abduction, F5 adduction, F4++ internal rotation, F5 external rotation, noticing an improvement; the patient D.
Mean Range of Motion Movement Range of Motion Forward flexion 116 degrees Abduction 113 degrees External rotation 77 degrees Internal rotation 79 degrees Table 3.
The peak value of the internal rotation moment was reached in the follow-through phase, which was attributed to the higher elbow joint impact force after impact.
Caption: Figure 3 Hip placed in flexion, adduction, and internal rotation with axial load applied to the femur.
In this case, the internal rotation represents counterclockwise or left-handed rotation.
Classification of subspine impingement Classification Description Range of Motion (mean) Limitations Type I Defined as a smooth Hip flexion: 120 degrees ilium wall between Hip internal rotation the AIIS and the (in 90 degrees of acetabular rim.
In the last follow-up examination the hip was able to reach 120[degrees] of flexion, 10[degrees] of extension, 30[degrees] of internal rotation, 40[degrees] of external rotation, 40[degrees] of abduction, and 30[degrees] of adduction.
Bilateral hip movements were painful with bilateral hip flexion and internal rotation.
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