frontal plane


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frontal plane

n. Anatomy
A plane parallel to the long axis of the body and perpendicular to the sagittal plane that separates the body into front and back portions.
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Studies on HS have mainly focused on the shoe effect and ankle motion in the frontal plane (Ottaviani et al.
04-second QRS vector in the frontal plane between 130[degrees] and 270[degrees], and a prolonged QRS duration that has been a better predictor of seizures and ventricular arrhythmias than serum drug levels.
Week 3 Exercises performed with hand apparatus--hoop: --Standing, swing on the 3x8, 1-minute break between frontal plane, hoop grip with series the right hand; --Standing, swing on the 3x8, 1-minute break between frontal plane, hoop grip with series the left hand; --Standing, hoop is passed 3x8, 1-minute break between from one hand to the other; series --Standing, hoop is rolled on 5 minutes the ground with the skillful hand.
For the ROM in the frontal plane, there was no significant difference between pre values of the three groups (p=0.
10(p18)) The graders scored the participant by viewing them once in the frontal plane and once in the sagittal plane.
People with stroke have impairments in the regulation of frontal plane stability, as indicated by a reduction in weight-shifting capacity while standing [24-26].
P-Wave changes: Normal P wave is best seen and studied in standard lead II because the frontal plane P wave axis is usually directed to the positive pole of this lead.
According to table 2, a significant reduction of COP velocity was shown in the sagittal plane during quiet standing and in the frontal plane during standing on foam between the groups.
The anterior posterior index (API) measures the ankle stability in the sagittal plane, while the medial lateral index (MLI) measures the frontal plane stability, with a high stability index indicating poor stability.
22, 26-28) With the head in neutral position, GVS evokes body sway mainly along the frontal plane and the direction is toward the side of the anode.
She usually worked not on canvas but on wooden panels, which she often fitted out with accoutrements of different kinds: the doorknob-like balls that ornament the sides of Not titled, 1989, for example, subtly tucked under the edges of the work's curved wooden frontal plane, or the painted shelf that slants out from the wall in the two-part Signature Painting, 1987.
The angular displacement of the knee joint in the frontal plane is shown in Fig.