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medial

1. Maths relating to an average
2. another word for median
3. Zoology of or relating to a media

medial

[′mē·dē·əl]
(anatomy)
Being internal as opposed to external (lateral).
Toward the midline of the body.
(science and technology)
Located in the middle.
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The mode of failure for seven of the eight (88%) TOE specimens was medial row tendon rupture (tendon tore in line with the medial row anchors), compared to only two of the eight (25%) TEF specimens.
Medial elbow pain coupled with parasthesias of the 4th and 5th digits is characteristic of cubital tunnel syndrome or ulnar nerve entrapment.
The closure durations pooled across medial /p/, /t/ and /k/ in the three degrees of prominence are shown in Table 3.
With the arm in extension, the ulnar nerve was noted in the cubital tunnel and the adjacent triceps muscle was in the expected normal position posterior to the apex of the medial epicondyle on extension (Figs 1 and 2).
It is very natural to assume that any attachments on medial border of patella have to rupture before this kind of dislocation (3).
The refund amount due to the exercise of withdrawal right by Medial shareholders as consequence of the incorporation of the totality of Medial shares by Amil Assistencia totaled R$ 24,270,557.
The regions include heel, medial arch, lateral arch, medial metatarsal, central metatarsals, lateral metatarsals, great toe, and little toes (Figure 1).
He's got a grade two tear of his medial ligament in his knee.
In others, the researchers injected the drug into the medial prefrontal cortex, a brain region that the scientists speculate is involved, in people, in emotional responses to chronic pain.
Contour milling is a particular case of medial machining and it is enough to study the problem of tool access for this case only.
ABS), an orthopedic implant developer and manufacturer, announced today the company has been notified that its Technical File for the OrthoGlide Medial Knee Implant fulfills the requirements of the European Union's (EU) Medical Device Directive.
They provide medial stability and a more rigid rear-foot.