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bimanous

[bī′man·əs]
(anatomy)
Having the distal part of the two forelimbs modified as hands, as in primates.
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The authors were looking to assess the accuracy, benefits, and harms of screening pelvic exams; they defined a pelvic exam as a combination of speculum and bimanual exam, not including screening for HPV or cervical dysplasias/cervical cancer.
Hence, further studies are needed to investigate the effect of type of attentional instructions on bimanual rhythmic patterns and its effects in interaction with increased rhythm.
Cooke said she will discuss the utility of the pelvic exam with patients and explain that the evidence indicates that the bimanual exam does not produce meaningful information and could lead them astray.
Augmenting pediatric constraint induced movement therapy and bimanual training with video gaming technology.
Bimanual pelvic examination as well as speculum examination to exclude pelvic organ prolapse should be performed.
Bimanual coordination during rhythmic movements in the absence of somatosensory feedback.
2005) Interactions between interlimb and intralimb coordination during the performance of bimanual multijoint movements.
Lewis GN & Perreault EJ (2009): An assessment of robot-assisted bimanual movements on upper limb motor coordination following stroke.
Forensic examinations should be minimally invasive and even a purely clinical procedure such as a bimanual examination (which also involves the insertion of two fingers into the vagina) is rarely medically necessary after sexual assault.
The medium and large robots will have bimanual manipulators.
Prior to radical surgery, all patients were evaluated with abdominal and pelvic computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), chest radiography, bimanual examination under general/spinal anesthesia, and bone scan whenever needed for clinical staging.
The role of augmented information prior to learning a bimanual visual-motor coordination task: Do instructions of the movement pattern facilitate learning relative to discovery learning?