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ip·si·lat·er·al

 (ĭp′sə-lăt′ər-əl)
adj.
Located on or affecting the same side of the body.

[Alteration of Latin ipse, self + lateral.]

ip′si·lat′er·al·ly adv.

ipsilaterally

(ˌɪpsɪˈlætərəlɪ)
adv
in an ipsilateral manner
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Classically, the middle scalene is described as acting to flex the cervical spine when contracting bilaterally, ipsilaterally laterally flex and contralaterally rotate the cervical spine when acting unilaterally, and to elevate the first and possibly the second rib with forced inspiration.
Presence or strength of lateralization is affected by variables such as species and individual differences, however it has also been proposed as a useful welfare indicator by Rogers (2010) because stressed animals can become more active in their right hemisphere, correlating ipsilaterally to greater dominance on the left side of the body.
Amplitudes of II' ipsilaterally and contralaterally were lower in blind than normal subjects.
Epicrania fugax has recently been defined as a paroxysmal headache localized in the posterior cranial area, which starts at a focal area and rapidly radiates ipsilaterally around the eye or the nose (1,2).
Through the suppression effect, it is evidenced normal operation of the medial olivocochlear (MOC) system, after otoacoustic emissions amplitude reduction, when applied noise against or ipsilaterally the examined ear.
found that facet joint load (FJL) increased ipsilaterally during lateral bending, and contralaterally during axial rotation after disc prosthesis implantation.
Ramsay Hunt syndrome classically presents with unilateral facial paralysis and erythematous vesicles located ipsilaterally on the ear and/or in the mouth.
125]I]-CLINME alone, although these decreases were of a smaller magnitude than those observed ipsilaterally.