lateral deviation


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lateral deviation

[′lad·ə·rəl ‚dē·vē′ā·shən]
(ordnance)
Horizontal distance between the point of impact or burst and the gun-target line.
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Neurophysiological rehabilitation of patients with postural defects produced positive effects by improving the angle of thoracic kyphosis, spinal rotation and lateral deviation of the spine.
This special structure could reduce the loss caused by the lateral deviation. At the same time, it could also reduce the loss caused by the longitudinal and angular deviation.
This recurrence was caused by early consolidation before completion of growth of the contralateral rami, such that the lateral deviation recurred.
There are various pathological changes throughout the different stages of hallux valgus, such as internal deviation of first metatarsal and lateral deviation of the sesamoid bone.
Hallux valgus deformity is the result of a progressive medial shift of the metatarsal head along with pronation of the metatarsal and lateral deviation of the phalanx.
For lateral deviations, the iCare tonometer readings were marginally lower than those at the central corneal apex (see Figure 3) but not at levels of statistical significance either at nasal or temporal eccentricities.
Congenital malalignment appears as abnormal nail growth with lateral deviation of the nail plate.
The internal pterygoid was most often injected for the jaw opening and lateral deviation types.
This paper show traditional numeric approaches and try to point the new one, focused on lateral deviation.
With the aid of electronics and a metal wheel that has the same footprint and down pressure of a golf ball, the device measures the amount of vertical displacement (smoothness) and lateral deviation (trueness) in millimetres.
The KUB showed lateral deviation of the JJ stent within the right ureter (Figure 1).
Normal lateral deviation of the trachea in infants and children.

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