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lower limb

[′lō·ər ′lim]
(astronomy)
That half of the outer edge of a celestial body having the least altitude.
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The man was writhing in the dust among his scattered money, unable to rise, for the wheel had broken his back, and his lower limbs lay limp and dead.
His hands were clenched and his arms thrown abroad, while his lower limbs were interlocked as though his death struggle had been a grievous one.
His escort would rush him up a tree till he felt the thinnest topmost branches crackle and bend under them, and then with a cough and a whoop would fling themselves into the air outward and downward, and bring up, hanging by their hands or their feet to the lower limbs of the next tree.
Objective: To assess quality of life and the influencing factors as perceived by lower limb prosthesis users.
Hassan's current files from the Beit Jala Arab Center for Rehabilitation, reveal the following: a) Complete lower limb paraplegia b) Normal motor and sensation 1 upper limb c) Lower Limb loss of motor system d) Absent reflex in lower limbs
The representative research on the lower limb rehabilitation vehicle includes the following: (i) walking support vehicles of an exoskeleton-wearable--type, e.
This study aimed to analyze the effects on the stress and load distribution of the lateral compartment induced by lower limb alignment and coronal inclination of the tibial component in UKA through a finite element analysis.
Results from a study, published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, found it reduced rates both for concussion and lower limb injuries.
Learn about some of the neurological conditions that can affect the lower limb and leave with the skills to immediately undertake a full neurological assessment of the lower limb in your clinic/workplace.
The objective of the study was to determine the predictive role of HbA1c level on progression to lower limb amputation in diabetic patients.
It has been accepted that lower limb kinematics in the sagittal plane are comparable between over-ground and treadmill locomotion (2, 5-7).
The Great Saphenous Vein (GSV) of the lower limb is the longest superficial vein in the body and liable to as many variations.