joint block

joint block

[′jȯint ‚bläk]
(geology)
A body of rock that is bounded by joints.
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Preschool children's joint block building during a guided play activity.
double joint blocks, differences in the minimum pain reduction required to be considered a "positive" response to joint block), conclusions drawn from pooling of the data must be tempered.
What is that if not a joint block against the weaker/smaller party?
Efficacy of facet joint block in facet syndrome has not been evaluated as extensively as its diagnostic performance.
Lancaster and Groton, in a bid for a joint block grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, were facing a deadline for the pre-application.
Not many anaesthetists are familiar with the arcane sacroiliac joint block or the obturator block.
The new method is called the 'thin joint block system' which is similar to timber framing only with aerated thermal blocks.
The anesthetic sacroiliac joint block (hereafter referred to as the SI joint block) has been identified as a controversial gold standard in the identification of pain originating from the SI joint.
The register transfer level architecture of the joint block follows the logic shown on Fig.
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You have to really look into the history and physical examinations, imaging, joint blocks, and have a high amount of certainty that the SI joint is involved," explains Dr.
Prior to her fall she had attended the spinal clinic for her back pain and was scheduled for a bone scan with a view to progressing to facet joint blocks.

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