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rotatory

[′rōd·ə‚tȯr·ē]
(optics)
Having the capability to rotate the plane of polarization of polarized electromagnetic radiation.
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DD DD/ID (+) (+) Nystagmus Rotatory Rotatory Language alteration (+) (+) Spasticity (+) (+) Walking (-) (+) Swallowing issues (+) (-) Hypotonia (+) (-) Dysmetria/ Dysdiadochokinesia/ (-) (+) Ataxia PMD disability scoring system 2 PTS 14 PTS WHO ASC 29 PTS 115 PTS Clinical features 2.
Crockard, "Recurrent atlantoaxial rotatory fixation in children: a rare complication of a rare condition.
A group of French authors [5] tried to achieve rotatory stability in another way.
Dix-Hallpike test was performed, and left horizontal rotatory nystagmus with a 2- to 3-s latency lasting for nearly 20 s was observed.
Patients who presented with positive posterolateral rotatory instability test were excluded from the study.
Simply considering bony positioning yields the classification scheme of anterior, posterior, medial, lateral, combination, and rotatory with anterior being the most common form, about 40% of cases overall [2].
This testing does not require an anatomically normal external and/or middle ear (as for the calorics), is faster, and lacks much of the side-effects the calorics and rotatory chair tests have.
The purpose of this study is to analyze the influences of different rotation increments on the imaging performances of a rotatory dual-head PET system based on an accurate SRM.
A test for knee posterolateral rotatory instability.
Araven has also introduced Shop & Roll rolling baskets, which are mobile and feature four wheels: two fixed ones and two rotatory ones.
Patients typically have brief attacks of rotatory vertigo that are triggered by movements such as lying down or rolling over in bed, extending the neck, e.g.