ae

(redirected from above-elbow amputation)
Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia.

ae

 (ā)
adj. Chiefly Scots
One.

[Variant of a.]

ae

(e) or

yae

determiner
Scot one; a single
[from Old English ān]

ae

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) United Arab Emirates

æ

or

Æ

1. (Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) a digraph in Latin representing either a native diphthong, as in æquus, or a Greek αι (ai) in Latinized spellings, as in Æschylus: now usually written ae, or e in some words, such as demon
2. (Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) a ligature used in Old and early Middle English to represent the vowel sound of a in cat
3. (Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) a ligature used in modern phonetic transcription also representing the vowel sound a in cat

ae

(eɪ)

adj. Scot.
one.
[Middle English (Scots) ā-, Old English ān one; compare a1]

AE

American English.

Æ

or AE or A.E.,

pen name of George William Russell.

æ

1. an early English ligature representing a vowel sound like that of a in modern hat; ash.
2. a symbol used in modern phonetic alphabets to represent this sound; ash.
3. Also, ae. a digraph or ligature appearing in Latin and Latinized Greek words and represented in English words of Latin or Greek origin by ae or replaced by modern e.

ae.

at the age of; aged.
[< Latin aetātis]
References in periodicals archive ?
The RMSE for elbow FE is consistent with that demonstrated by Au and Kirsch [19], who also demonstrated the feasibility of using an EMG-based neural network approach to decoding more proximal movements such as humeral rotation, which is a frequently overlooked lost movement in the population with above-elbow amputation.
While the results of the forward-selection process would suggest the need for subject-specific muscle sets for optimal control, identifying a standard set of muscles that would be generally useful across different patients with an above-elbow amputation may be desirable.