VMO


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VMO

Abbrev. for very massive object. A hypothetical population III star.

VMO

The maximum operating speed. It is the maximum permitted speed for all operations. The speed is less than VD (maximum demonstrated speed in dive). MMO is the maximum Mach number for all operations. The VMO needle on an ASI (air-speed indicator) is usually painted red and white and is referred to as the barber's pole
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For the VMO and VL muscles, the participant was seated at the edge of the plinth with both hips and knees flexed to 90[degrees].
He called over VMO Dr Ijaz Ahmad Miana and asked him to inspect the stamp on the piece of meat, why it was cold and the smell from it.
The variables transformed for statistical analysis included: body fat percentage (%), total body fat mass, thigh mass, %[EMG.sub.max] of VMO, VL, ST and %[EMG.sub.max] H:Q ratio.
An imbalance between the vastus medialis oblique (VMO) and vastus lateralis muscles as well as weakened medial support to the patella can lead to an increase in lateral patellar displacement.[sup][1],[2],[3]
(15.) Caldara FR, Santos VMO, Santiago JC, Paz ICL, Garcia RG, Vargas Junior FM, Santos LS, Naas IA.
There are also some papers related on regularity for weak solutions to the quasilinear degenerate elliptic systems and degenerate elliptic systems with VMO coefficients were studied in [16,17].
Alguns protocolos de reabilitacao visam promover equilibrio entre as porcoes do musculo quadriceps por meio do fortalecimento seletivo do musculo vasto medial obliquo (VMO), porem, nao existe um consenso na literatura quanto a melhor maneira de recrutar o VMO.
Imbalanced forces exerted on patella by VMO and VL, improper activation time, tightness of lateral retinaculum, hypermobile patella and abnormal patellar tracking due to structural malalignment in lower extremity are the most important internal factors.
The medial parapatellar approach lacks an internervous plane but utilizes an intermuscular plane between the vastus medialis obliquus (VMO) and rectus femoris (Table 1).
He notes that though the squadron performed combat air patrols, strike missions, and close air support missions, it retained its VMO designation until 1945, when it was finally re-designated a fighter squadron.