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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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Time and error in executing the task during bimanual coordination test by electronic chronoscope.
En ocasiones, el INDEX es un rasgo no manual, NarizFruncida, denominado aqui "INDEX (nasal)", utilizado para reforzar la pregunta, cuando la mano dominante se utiliza para realizar una sena manual del interrogativo QUE o cuando el termino es una sena bimanual.
Skill Transfer from Symmetric and Asymmetric Bimanual Training Using a Robotic System to Single Limb Performance.
A systematic review of the bimanual examination as a test for ovarian cancer.
She talked through the exam before we began and explained its three parts: the external exam, speculum exam, and bimanual exam.
On the basis of previous studies looking at the performance of bimanual tasks in PD patients, we hypothesized that a poorer acquisition and performance in these subjects would be seen compared to unilateral obstacle stepping and healthy subjects
The development started with focus on dexterous, bimanual manipulation with the wheel-based humanoid Rollin' Justin and continued with legged locomotion on TORO.
The uterus and adnexum could not be assessed on bimanual pelvic examination.
Zanone and Kelso (34,35) investigated the effect of practice using rhythmic bimanual finger movement.
In early July 2014, the American College of Physicians (ACP) issued guidelines advising against bimanual pelvic exams and speculum exams for the detection of pathological conditions in asymptomatic adult women who are not pregnant.
In other words, rhythmic motions or bimanual coordination motions have been less used in studying the effects of attentional instructions.
In a one-to-one setting, the team taught magic tricks and performing skills which will develop motor and bimanual skills - and enhance selfesteem.