orthodromic


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orthodromic

(ˌɔːθəˈdrɒmɪk)
adj
relating to orthodromy
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For lower face reanimation, the patient underwent an orthodromic temporalis tendon transfer at one year after en bloc excision, adapted to patient's age and etiology [25].
This potential travels in an orthodromic fashion to an axonal branch point where it switches to another vasomotor fiber.
Low-intensity stimulation of a mixed peripheral nerve selectively excites muscle spindle Ia afferents, while transspinal stimulation excites fibers of the spinal cord at their entry to or exit from the spinal canal generating action potentials that travel antidromic and orthodromic along the posterior and anterior root fibers bilateral [34].
Sensory Method of Stimulation Recording nerve stimulation site site Median Orthodromic Index finger Middle of the wrist Ulnar Orthodromic Little finger Medial wrist Sensory nerve conduction study was done:
Sciatic nerve conduction velocity was assessed with orthodromic recording techniques, as previously described [13-15].
Reentry progressing down the His-Purkinje system and traveling up the bundle of Kent is referred to as orthodromic (anterograde) PSVT.
First, an H-reflex recruitment curve recorded to determine the current necessary to produce a maximal H-reflex and a maximal M-wave (short-latency orthodromic motor response).
(10-12) All 10 of the studies looked at different methods of measuring athletic based performance including MVC (10-12), grip strength (18), peak muscle torque (13-15), muscle bioelectrical activity (14), range of motion (15), vertical ground reaction force (17), and Orthodromic conduction (9).
Out of which pathways were 131 (124 patients were having Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) and orthodromic reciprocating tachycardia 7).Among pathways Left sided pathways were 70.
Secondly, the direct activation of sensorimotor nerve fibers with orthodromic and antidromic conduction (Struppler et al., 2004).