retroversion


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retroversion

[‚re·trə′vər·zhən]
(anatomy)
A turning back.
(medicine)
A condition in which the uterus is tilted backward without any change in the angle of its longitudinal axis.
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Special attention should be paid to translations and retroversion because it is the field where we can easily notice the learner's knowledge and its absence (Pop - Mion, M.
En los individuos masculinos se observo la presencia de retroversion de las epifisis proximales de humeros, lo que no fue observado en el individuo femenino (Figura 7).
This case report describes the successful treatment of a penile SCC in a gelding with en bloc extensive resection of penis and prepuce without penile retroversion, together with a permanent perineal urethrostomy, after a 3-year follow-up period, adding information about long-term clinical outcome after surgical treatment.
Retroversion of the humerus in the throwing shoulder of college baseball pitchers.
Los partidarios de la opcion republicana que habian apelado a la retroversion de los derechos del monarca y al nombre del mismo para constituir y fundamentar los ensayos autonomicos en Buenos Aires, ahora en su mayoria recurrian a la monarquia para salvar "esa opcion asediada".
The narrator expresses the community's feeling that he is "their good old minister" (138), but Montgomery's use of internal retroversion (14) makes that attachment seem relatively unimportant, and the narrator spends little time on the community's regrets at his departure.
Pincer lesions are usually diagnosed by the pelvis X-ray as acetabular retroversion from the crossover sign or as coxa profunda from a deep socket.
Segun la literatura consultada los factores asociados mas comunes para DDC son: mujeres primigestantes (7), presentacion podalica (7,8), nacimiento por cesarea (9,10), ninos postermino (mayor a 40 semanas), genero femenino (10), bajo peso al nacer, antecedentes familiares (10,11), sustancias teratogenicas, raza blanca (1), modo de sujetar o envolver al nino (12, 13), retroversion acetabular (14), ante version femoral (15,16), y pie equino varo congenito, disminucion de la longitud de algunos de los miembros inferiores (17).
However, its retroversion prevented it from benefitting from some political developments that could have allowed it to try some other legitimate political practices.
Ello luego serviria para argumentar que el ayuntamiento era una institucion representativa y que, por lo tanto, la teoria de la retroversion de la soberania los senalaba como los depositarios originales de la misma, lo que en los hechos se tradujo en la obstaculizacion de la formacion de un poder politico que aglutinara el devenir de las localidades por medio de la supeditacion legal y fiscal.
2002) Retroversion of the humerus in the throwing shoulder of college baseball pitchers.
L, and include a complete reference to the Greek, Armenian, and Syriac fragments, a French translation, and a Greek retroversion that appeared in two volumes as Sources Chretiennes 210, 211 (1974).