contralateral


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contralateral

[¦kän·trə′lad·ə·rəl]
(physiology)
Opposite; acting in unison with a similar part on the opposite side of the body.
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However, the promising consensus among these publications is that cortical remodeling may continue for a long period after peripheral rearrangement, possibly more than 5 years, and that motor control of the reinnervated limb may eventually reorganize from the ipsilateral to the contralateral hemisphere exclusively, instead of activating the bilateral neural network.
Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate a long-term effects of ACL resection on the morphological and contractile properties of skeletal muscles around the knee joint, namely rectus femoris (RF) and semimembranosus (SM) muscles, among ACL-resected, contralateral and sham-operated sedentary control limbs of rats.
Conclusion: The IMA and LTA diameters in benign and malignant cases were found to be higher in comparison with contralateral breast, independent of the size of the lesion.
However, when these two issues are excluded, we can conclude that unilateral BAHS application provided sufficient stimulus to prevent neural deprivation in the contralateral ear.
Post-treatment Tubal Patency seen via Hysterosalpingography on the Contralateral Tube Following Methotrexate (MTX), Expectant Management and Surgery Hysterosalpingography Expectant Salpingectomy/ /Diagnostic MTX Management Salpingostomy Total Laparoscopy SSG (%) (%) (%) (%) Obstruction 1 1 5 7 (9%) (13%) (16.
En este estudio, los animales PrevT presentaron unos niveles significativamente menores de BAD y BAX en las areas isquemicas ipsilateral y contralateral de ambos hemisferios del hipocampo.
VATS), operative findings, operative time, length of hospital stay following the procedure, postoperative complications, long-term unilateral or contralateral recurrence, and follow-up status.
According to various studies, contralateral neck is also a source of nodal recurrence so that region also should be treated in early stage TCs.
In spite of normal ICP values, imaging may reveal a contralateral hemorrhage with mass effect and even uncal herniation.
Declining incidence of contralateral breast cancer in the United States from 1975 to 2006.
Significant alterations in latencies of I wave both ipsilateral and contralateral and alteration in amplitude of I wave indicates sharpening of auditory sense modality in blind individuals at first order neuron only as sensitivity maybe increased at the first order neuron.