Semiflexed

Sem´i`flexed`


a.1.Half bent.
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The infants were covered within a horny shell, similar to armor, with deep creases and large polygonal plates, rigid, semiflexed limbs.
Under general or spinal anesthesia, the patient is placed in a lateral decubitus position with the injured leg on top and the knee semiflexed. A standard radiolucent operating table is used.
1nfluence of variation in semiflexed knee positioning during image acquisition on separate quantitative radiographic parameters of osteoarthritis, measured by Knee Images Digital Analysis.
Subjects were seated in a comfortable chair with elbows semiflexed and forearms pronated, fully relaxed, and supported by the arm of the chair.
Detection of radiographic joint space narrowing in subjects with knee osteoarthritis: longitudinal comparison of the metatarsophalangeal and semiflexed anteroposterior views.
The left arm was tucked along the side and the right arm was placed in a semiflexed position extending toward the anesthesia location near the head, supported by foam and blankets (Figure 1).
The Squat jump (SJ) presupposes doing a vertical jump from a semiflexed knees position, 90[degrees], arms bended, palms on thehip.
Although plain radiography of the knee (including a weight-bearing view, a semiflexed view, and lateral and skyline views) remains the standard imaging modality for morphologic assessment of knee OA, imaging is an adjunct for diagnostic purposes.
The EULAR task force also determined that plain radiography of the knee (including a weight-bearing, a semiflexed, and lateral and skyline views) continues to be the clinical standard imaging modality for morphologic assessment of knee OA, but noted that it is an adjunct rather than a central feature for diagnostic purposes.
Para um angulo de 120[grados], formado entre os eixos da coluna vertebral e o femur, o esqueleto esta semi-fletido (semiflexed category).
Generally, erect knee exams are performed either as an erect AP projection with a horizontal beam, or as an erect posteroranterior (PA) semiflexed position with a 10[degrees] to 15[degrees] caudad tube tilt.
(6) Knee pain significantly decreased radiographic joint space in the standing anterior-posterior position, but not in the semiflexed position.